Okay, So me and my dad are attempting to hatch turkey eggs as a father/daughter project. This is our first time hatching turkey eggs, and my first time using an incubator. We recently grew some white turkeys for meat, and prior to taking them to be killed they laid 5 eggs, we saw them mating but have no idea if the eggs are fertile, or if this breed of turkey is breedable but we decided we'd give it a shot. A day after collecting the eggs we bought a used Browers TopHatch THI10 from Value-Village for $50, when we found it in the store the box it was in had been opened and peices were scattered around the store, we managed to find everything except for the Crank Roller for the automatic turner and 2 of the vent plugs (Which we do intend on buying replacments for), we set the bator up and got it so that it's running perfectly, we roll the eggs manualy and the bator stays at a good, steady humidity and temperature. I said before that this is my first time hatching in an incubator, I have my own pair of OEG bantams and a silkie that have hatched a few chicks on thier own, so I know a bit about hatching, my dad on the other hand has raised chickens since he was little and seems to know what he is doing, however this is the first time hatching turkeys for the both of us. The eggs have been incubating for 5 days, tonight we tried candling them but couldn't really see anything other then the yolk shadow, I've read that turkey eggs are best candled at day 10 so we are going to wait another 5 days before trying again. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.