I set up my new incubator and placed in the eggs from my 4 month old buttons. (Their baby pic is in on My Page!) They may plan to incubate future eggs on their own because I caught them rolling the eggs about a few times recently. That would be great! Is that a good sign that they may? Well -- the eggs are set in there on self-turning quail rails at 100-101 degrees with 50-53 humidity. I have a humidifier in the room for the last stage in case I need it. I am using an Acu-rite and a crappy Springflied that doesn't seem to go any higher than 45% humidity. I am using that clever idea a user on here had of an eye dropper with fish tubing through the top for adding water during lockdown. I'm on day 8 and 1/2 with all but 3 of 16 eggs. I put the last ones in about 3 days later because I just couldn't help myself. Well, I had a fairly easy time candling these eggs. I've read that it is hard to do, but I bought an LED 130 lumen by Black and Decker... it works wonders! I checked into the 5 day old eggs a few hours ago and couldn't believe it...already movement in a small bulge surrounded by veins! They grow quickly in there! The older eggs seem solid with only a small trace of green tinted yolk and veins to be seen on the pointed bottom spot. I think that's good? I wanted to ask you guys- should I place them in a rail carton on the bottom during lockdown? I heard they hatch easier this way. I am planning to begin lockdown on the 14th day. Thanks!