Hello everyone. I recently ordered an incubator and a dozen eggs for my middle school classroom. A few of the original dozen began to develop. However, all but one is still going strong. It is now Day 17 for this egg. On Day 14 I placed 15 new bantam eggs inside the incubator. We were rejoiced for a kind stranger sent those eggs to us and we were able to try again. The dilemma: The humidity is hovering between 45-50%. We will no longer be able to turn the lone egg as of tomorrow (Sunday). However, we are manually operating this still-air incubator and will need to open and close the incubator atleast three times per day in order to turn the new eggs. Of course humidity will be lost! I've also found that we need to jack the Humidity levels up the last few days. Will this have an extremely negative effect on the other eggs? We don't want to lose the lone little guy just as much as we don't want to harm the other eggs in the incubator. If I could do it all over again I would have had the eggs delivered a few days later and would have had another incubator on hand. What to DO?!?!? Thanks. By the way, The original eggs were half Dutch Mille Fleur and half Golden Campine Bantams. The new eggs will likely be Araucana, Japanese, Sebright, OEG, Sumatra, Polish, and Cochin (All but a two are bantam eggs) and most will likely be mixed breeds.