Hello all! 19 days ago, I set 24 quail eggs which were shipped to me. The five eggs piped on day 16, the first of which I successfully assisted on day 17 (it was hatching on the pointry end and couldn't complete the zip) and two hatched successfully on their own the same day. After an experience where we lost 10 ducklings who has pipped internally due to slow hatches, on day 18 we made air holes in all the remaining eggs. We found that of the 24 eggs: 2 hatched without assistance (day 17) 3 hatched with assistance (piped on the wrong end and couldn't get out, days 17 and 18) 6 were infertile 5 rotten (we had removed two much earlier) 3 quitters (days 3, 6 and 10) 1 dead after pipping externally Which currently leaves us with 4 eggs still in the incubator on day 19, one of which only just piped externally on the wrong end, for one of which is breathing but also facing the poiny end and making no attempt to break out, and two of which are fully developed chicks with a question mark status (one facing the wrong end, one facing the right end). Is it really this common to have over 50% of the chicks facing the wrong end and hatching complications as a result? The chicks which came out facing the wrong end all have crooked toes… will this generally fix itself or do they need braces? Thank you for any help in advance!