I have some Welsh Harlequin eggs due to go into lockdown next week, and hatch by the next weekend..ask me if I'm nervous! My first time. I've read here in several different places that ducks are harder than chicks to hatch. I've hatched soo many chicks. I started with 12 eggs, and now have 7 lively babies. I am worried about a couple of air sacs..one is quite large going up the side..another one also, but not quite as far. They are very active at this point. Keeping my fingers crossed that they hatch. I will feel guilty if they don't make it now, after getting this far. There are some little live babies in there! Keeping temps around 99.5 to .8. Keeping humidity around high 50's to low 60's. What is a good temp to raise it to on day 25..lockdown? I was thinking around low 80's? If anyone else is hatching, let me know, I would love to have a hatch along here..and any kind of help along the way! Thanks!