Hello! I am a first-timer, incubating 8 khaki campbell eggs that were shipped to me - originally had 9 and after candling yesterday on day 7 found that 7 are doing great, one is kind of questionable so far, and one was infertile. I am happy with that especially considering these eggs were shipped and I am also using a food dehydrator I rigged up for incubating - I almost can't believe it's working, haha! I do have one concern, though. A couple air cells look strange - like part of the veins and membrane are stuck up on one side of where the air cell should be, and the air cell is tilted down part of the side... So if you look at the broad side od the egg, it's half air cell and half membrane/veins. Has anyone seen this before? Will it cause problems later on or the need to assist in hatching? I have moved the eggs to broad-side up position in a cut up egg carton instead of having them on their sides to hopefully help with any air cell problems... But are there any other ideas out there?