ok, i had 10 chicks come out yesterday. the first ones were ok, and they got stickier from there. the last one, the membrane was totally white so i wrapped it in a wet paper towel, and now it's alive and well.... (the humidity has never dropped below 65 and when i did open the incubator i put in a hot wet towel to compensate for humidity loss) (for all of you that leave them alone, dont bash me.... i did what i thought was right) i used a still air and had no idea that you're suppose to rotate the eggs thru incubating, so when i candled right before lockdown, there were some that did not fill their eggs as much as others. should i take the lid off and candle the other eggs to see if some are too big and stuck, or if the ones that were smaller are moving around in there at all? or do i just let it go til day 24ish? i'd really hate to lose any since they did so well up til now. if the last one to hatch had a whit membrane, would it be too hard for the other chicks to pip?