I am so nervous right now. 35 bobwhite eggs in the incubator - lockdown last night. I've read everything I could on here- I really hope at least some hatch. I've seen movement in a few of the eggs through candling. I'm not going to open the incubator again. Forced air, 99.5F, upped humidity to 70%. Anything else I need to do? Got a brooder box with a heat lamp. Want to keep them around 95F, crush the game bird starter and make sure they eat & drink. Remove from the incubator within 8 hours... This is what really worries me. What if some haven't hatched and I need to move some out. What about the humidity drop? Will it affect the others? One other thing - the eggs are laying on their sides. Is this OK?? I know some set them upright in cartons.. Thanks for your input! I can't wait!!!!