Any Advice Welcome- One Teal Egg-Incubating

Tnballgirl

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Any Advice Welcome (except on how to change the past. I cant do that, my magic wand is on the fritz不不不)

Ordered Teal Eggs from NJ-->TN
Shipped overnight on 6/22: Arrived 6/24 AM
Rested for 8 hours and put small end down in egg carton in incubator.
No turning x5 days. All air cells were saddled.
3 eggs appeared empty until day 10--> removed
1 more had embryo but developed blood ring the same day--> removed 2 days later
1 Stopped developing/died day 13.
This one is left.
Any thoughts on air cell size, increase/decrease humidity?
Appearance of day of development? Accurate?
Keep in egg carton or lay flat? And when?
I realize this is a long shot and there are so many factors against it being successful.
Humidity has been in the 50-55 range until this past Sat when we had storms roll in and it jumped to 70 for from what I can tell about 3 hours.

Things I know: Shipped eggs are precise and finicky. Heat sucks for shipped eggs. Saddled air cells aren't great. Humidity is a science.

Thanks all you eggsperts!
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Any Advice Welcome (except on how to change the past. I cant do that, my magic wand is on the fritz不不不)

Ordered Teal Eggs from NJ-->TN
Shipped overnight on 6/22: Arrived 6/24 AM
Rested for 8 hours and put small end down in egg carton in incubator.
No turning x5 days. All air cells were saddled.
3 eggs appeared empty until day 10--> removed
1 more had embryo but developed blood ring the same day--> removed 2 days later
1 Stopped developing/died day 13.
This one is left.
Any thoughts on air cell size, increase/decrease humidity?
Appearance of day of development? Accurate?
Keep in egg carton or lay flat? And when?
I realize this is a long shot and there are so many factors against it being successful.
Humidity has been in the 50-55 range until this past Sat when we had storms roll in and it jumped to 70 for from what I can tell about 3 hours.

Things I know: Shipped eggs are precise and finicky. Heat sucks for shipped eggs. Saddled air cells aren't great. Humidity is a science.

Thanks all you eggsperts!View attachment 3181680
What kind of teal eggs are they?
It's hard to tell if the two in your pics are alive or not.
 

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