i went to turn the eggs for the last time today. saw a keat chillin out in the bottom of the bator. took a minute to compute. then it hit me. they are three days early!!! have three out now completely dry. two have the shell cracked and see little beaks in there. the rest still have yet to peep. the humidity was down to 30% so i took out the pan and put a bigger one in. the humidity is about 50% and rising. what should i do? when i saw that the humidity was down i sprayed the eggs lightly with a water bottle to get some moisture. the eggs soaked it right up. the eggs are supposedly from different females. the eggs that hatched are slightly different shaped(more rounded), the ones still yet to do anything are more oblong. i was thinking that if the eggs came from a different breed of guinea maybe the timing is a little off. what do you think? almost out of the woods!!!!