Ok, not the first time im incubating, but im definitely still new at this. We have 3 Hova Bators running at max capacity and a 4th as the hatcher. Currently we have 1 of the incubators full of Peafowl and guineafowl eggs mixed together (I know they hatch at different times, hence the 4th hatcher). Today i walked into the back room to the most putrid smell of cooking rot egg . I went to the bators, checked them and inside the one that reaked the most was a half cracked all over guinea egg. Now, i checked all the eggs when i placed them in the racks, no visible cracks, not even when i candled them the first day. Just wondering if this is going to spoil the rest of the hatch? Has this happened to anyone else? Hoping its not going to disrupt my 15 Peafowl eggs as they were a lil expensive. Thanks in advance for anyone's advice. OHHH btw, the eggs aren't due to hatch till the end of the month.