I have a pair of guineas that nested in my pasture and we found the eggs. Since I keep reading that guineas are notoriously poor mothers, we brought the eggs in and put them in the incubator. I just candled them and all of them have live keets in them. My problem is I can't tell what stage of development they are at, as I have never hatched guinea eggs before. The keets look pretty large to me, with the cleft that appears where the head tucks down being well defined and the keets filling well over half the eggs, perhaps even 3/4. However, the air cells seem small to me, not even 1/4 of the egg yet. The pasture where the hen laid is fairly damp, and she laid in a low spot, so my concern is that the humidity in the area was too high and the air cell development is retarded. So which would you go by in deciding when to quit turning the eggs? Does anyone know a way to encourage air cell development? BTW, I dry hatch until lockdown, but even without any added moisture my humidity usually runs around 40%.