I am on day 16 of incubation on jumbo Pekin eggs. This is not my first hatch, my second and I didn't do too well on the first and my little baby Sheldon that did make it got stepped on. I was just wondering how to be successful here on my hatch. My first batch of this breed in particular. I have a still air incubator and no autorotate and I keep the temp at about 101-102 and the humidity at about 45-50%. Am I doing anything wrong? I candle them daily and two of them stopped moving around in their eggs like the rest so I moved them into a new incubator just in case they were dead so I didn't affect the rest of the eggs. Could somebody tell me how to do this correctly or give me feedback? I've lost a couple duckling in my life time and I don't want to go through it again...I had two successful ducks grow to be big and strong but they were store bought. I just recently started actually hatching them. I keep them as pets. If anybody could tell me how and what they've done in their experience to keep their new ducklings safe and strong once they hatched that would be great. I've heard about leg problems with the jumbo Pekins and I'm not completely clueless as in what to do but I would like some professional feedback as well! Thanks to anybody that can help!