Ok, I had nine guinea eggs in an old incubator and only one temp/humidity gauge which is in with blue orp eggs. Now the keets should have hatched last Thurs. and I saw no pips until today. But I also saw snow white membranes. I chipped away the shell only and then wrapped warm wet paper towels around the membranes leaving towels open near beaks. Four died in shell, others I later, helped out. They don't look very good at all. It seems like they had bowel movements in the shell which tells me they were ready to hatch last week? What should I do? They are lying there now drying out but don't seem strong at all. What should the humidity be during a keet hatch? Thanks to any who can help me. I have more guinea eggs getting ready to go into incubator as soon as the blue orps hatch this week. Guinea hens are sitting on the eggs ...out in the side field right now. I want to take the eggs and put them into the incubator with the temp/humidity gauge when the blue orps hatch.