First off, I asked these ?'s within another post and they "got lost in the shuffle" , so, sorry if you see this twice. Just wondering, those of you with smaller incubators, do you worry about how much the last few eggs to hatch get rolled around by the chicks? And I've seen other posts where people mention that humidity goes up ever time a chick hatchs. Well, my humidity goes through the roof! How much of an impact do you think this has on the remaining eggs yet to hatch? Just curious as it seems like I've always had 1 to 3 eggs that end up not hatching, but are fully developed. I don't pull eggs until day 23 unless its real obvious the chicks inside didn't make it. I have three eggs yet to hatch on my last batch and they are really slow. One has been a quarter zipped since this morning and is starting to look dried out. The two others have nice pips, but no activity since this morning. Seems like deja vu, just like my last two hatches. I'm not ready to intervene, by any means, at this point, just wondering why the last few always seem to struggle so much and even give up. What am I doing wrong? Why does one look so dried out when, if anything, I've been worried humidity was to high? No, I'm not opening the incubator! Any ideas? or is this a nature versus nurture(sp?) thing, if you know what I mean, and these are most likely the "weaker" ones who couldn't make it regardless of what I do? Anybody else have this problem?