I have 13 goslings that were due to hatch the 14th.... 2 pipped last night, the 15th, and finally one of them has gotten out of the shell. I started opening the shells that are not doing anything and found 6 of them were the baby was fully formed but it's beak was turned down away from the aircell??? I kept all the eggs in the same position through out incubation and made sure all their aircells were still up when I put them in lock down!!! I had them in my Brinsea 190 with humidity at 50% and temp steady at 99.6 the whole time and then moved them when the first pipped on the 15th to my hovabator... I had the humidity in there pretty high... Don't know exactly how high but I could not look through the windows because of how much water droplets were on them to give you an idea... Anyways... I had six that never pipped at all because their beak was down and not facing the aircell... One I opened had very underdeveloped gosling still alive in it... Not much blood like it was about to hatch but looks like it still had at least a couple of days to go before it should have hatched... Then I have a couple that are pipped and still alive that have alot of yoke still left in there, but again not much veins like they are ready to hatch.... All the membranes looked good like they were not dried out but again no veins like they are ready to hatch but have a yoke left the size of a quarter.... Still have 4 with pips that I have left alone to see if they are going to hatch on there own over night.... I kept them in the turner until day 28 when one pipped.... Then sent to the other bator to hatch.... Only one that has hatched on it's own is the one that pipped first in the brinsea before I moved them.... Any ideas on what could have gone wrong???