Our guinea eggs were supposed to hatch tomorrow. I checked this morning and there wasn't any peeps, cracks, etc.. I was gone all day, so before I went to bed I figured I better check the incubator. There I saw a broken egg shell and a tiny guinea chick in the corner of the incubator. For the most part, it is dried off and fluffy. I cannot move the chick right now because I have chicks under a heat lamp but will hopefully be good to move tomorrow outside. SO...I have a few questions 1. Is it okay to leave the chick in the incubator over night? 2. I did open the incubator (even though it was lockdown and I wasn't supposed too ) and put a tiny bit of water and chick food in there for the chick. Will this help answer my first question? 3. IF the chick is okay to stay in the incubator, what should I set the temp to? when I did open the incubator, the chick tried to get out but I hope its just because it was thirsty. It now has food and water like I said.. THANKS SO MUCH for ANYONE that can help me!!!