I have only done 2 hatchs and both times the babies died during lockdown. They had drawndown, where turned properly in the egg to pip and had absorbed most of the egg sac. They did not internally pip. I was not sure of the exact hatch date because my brody would sit on the nest for a few days then get off and it get on another nest. So when I saw this I took the eggs from the abandoned nest and put them in the bator. I candeled just before I put them in lockdown guessing at the hatch date. The egg was completly dark and full with a nice air sac and there was movement. Is the humidity a really big deal those last 3 days because I did open the bator twice a day to turn the other eggs. Humidity would drop down to 50/55 and go back up to 65% with in 30 min. Could this have been my problem. I currently have 3 eggs in the bator that im going to put on lockdown on the 29th and dont want to lose them. Please any help I will take.