Hi bird fam. My coturnix quail have been mating and laying quite prolifically. I have only four hens and sometimes get five eggs in a single day. I didn't even think that was possible! But here's the thing: I can't get anything to develop when I try incubating their eggs. The birds are 14 weeks old, have a very balanced diet with lots of protein, and we're getting about 14 and a half hours of light per day now. The setup for them is a little unusual I think. I have one enclosure with a rooster and three hens and a second enclosure with a rooster and a hen that seemed to pair bond. I didn't think they were supposed to do that, but the two of them were inseparable and stayed away from everyone else in the flock, so I just gave them their own space. They seem happy with the setup. It's so romantic. I questioned my incubation technique, which is 101-102 degrees in a still-air incubator with lower humidity. The first round of 12 eggs failed. Then I tried the same temperature with higher humidity. That round of 12 eggs failed as well. I have 12 in the incubator right now, dropped the temperature but kept the humidity higher and it would appear nothing is developing in this round of eggs either. So I don't think it's my incubation technique. Any thoughts? Are they just a little bit on the young side still?