I decided to make a new thread concerning these guys. My gf was joking about them hatching in the middle of this snow storm....and guess what I find when I get home. lol. 4 have pipped/zip whatever you call it, and all of those eggs are wiggling around like mad. One chick even has her beak poking out just a tad. However, the humidity in the house has been all over the place due to the snow and wood heat that we are using. I have an old hygrometer that is saying it is around 60%, but I'm not sure how reliable that is. There is very little water left in thetrays of the bator. My concern is i see the membrane has gone a little white, so I'm worried about them getting dried out. I know this is way early in the hatching process and the chicks seem to be really active and strong. What do ya'll think?