I have a batch of Very rare coturnix eggs that are on day 10 of incubation. Two of the eggs are developing with air sacs at the opposite (pointed) end of the egg. The embryos appear healthy other than being "breached". Over the years I've had a few eggs develope this way. Several hatched on their own, some needed assistance, while the others failed to hatch. As I was turning eggs today, I wondered if there was any way to help improve the hatch rate of breach eggs. My first thought was to place these eggs with the pointed end up instead of down..... Would this placement help the embryos to develop with chicks in proper "breach" position for hatching? Does anyone have tips or tricks to improve the hatchability of eggs that are developing this way? EVERY egg counts with these guys!