We candled all the eggs last night and still have quite a lot that are viable. But many of the shipped eggs have iffy air cells. They are large and funny shaped. The homegrown eggs have perfect air cells, but maybe a few a little smaller than I'd like. We've been keeping humidity upper 20s to mid 30s trying a dry hatch this time. But should I up the humidity in favor of the shipped eggs? Keep it low for my homegrown eggs? How does humidity and air cell size work with damaged air cells? I really need some of the shipped eggs to hatch for my breeding program, but would hate to drown any of my homegrown babies after making it so far. What would all y'alls do?