Have four eggs that appear to have fully developed that should have hatched on Monday. Weight wise, they were spot on at two weeks. Had some egg rocking going on Monday, so was very hopeful. Had lowered temp to 98.5-99.0, and raised humidity as much as I could with lots of water and paper towels in the corners to wick up more water. Got up to about 60-65%. These were blue slate eggs out of my lavender hen, really wanted a lavender Tom. Would it have been better to put these eggs under my broody hen at 25 days? Have another batch in my new (to me) Brinsea - at one week they are all developing nicely. Can anyone give me some advice (other than raising the humidity higher, which I should be able to do in the Brinsea) on how to have better luck this time? My turkeys should be well fed - they have free range and good feed. Can't figure out why I have so many fail at hatching. The poults just don't make it out of the shells. Any of you out there that have successfully hatched turkey eggs in an incubator - please help!!