I offer my hatching services locally at no charge. Someone took me up on it and brought me 4 goose eggs. I thought, "Oh s*&%!" I came straight to BYC and found a superb article on water fowl hatching. I noticed controversy regarding daily misting and cool down. As I am a strong believer in the KISS method (Keep It Simple, Stupid), I opted for the no misting or cooling method. One egg was removed very early for infertility. The other 3 are in lockdown and 1 has externally pipped and the other 2 are pressing up against the internal membrane for internal pipping. My concern is that the one that has pipped did so on the underside of the egg. Should I turn it pip side up? The egg is resting on it's heavy side as it should. Current temp 99 and humidity 60-65%. I'm so nervous and excited for these baby geese and I don't even get to keep them.