Hi Everyone. I need some advice that I can't seem to find online. I've got 4 Pekin bantam eggs in a brinsea manual eco incubator (mini) which have been rocking & jolting around (but not rolling) since about 5PM on Tuesday the 30th of July. Now we are on the 31st & they still haven't given any signs that they have internally pipped, but are still moving their eggs around quite a lot, especially if they hear anything or see a light. They are on day 19 & have been moving since day 17. Temperature is at 37.5 oC & humidity is at 67%. I've tried candling them through the glass & I can't see any veins or internal pipping... Is this normal? The breeder told me they usually would have pipped within 24 hours of rocking, but now its been nearly 3 days since they began. No peeping, just the eggs responding to whatever outside stimuli they pick up on by rocking at you. And to cap the lot of I have another 5 eggs, 2 weeks behind, in the same incubator which should not be opened. If anyone has any advice on how long they may have left or anything which I may have missed, I would be most grateful. This is my first batch. Regards P.S humidity before lockdown was 35% & temps have been pretty constant.