I am new to this forum. I looked for this topic and am in such a panic, probably missed it. Please redirect me and forgive me if I did. I am hatching my 3rd round of guinea keets. The 1st round was a low hatch, the 2nd a complete failure and the one that is hatching now is actually doing fairly well, except they are hatching a tad early. So, I am an anxious mama right now. My problem is that the keets that hatched yesterday morning are still not dry. The humidity here in OK has shot up and so even the humidity in the incubator is too high. The windows are damp and I don't think the babies will ever fluff up. What should I do? There are more eggs left to hatch (I think about 12 are out right now, hard to tell with everything fogged up.) I know that they need to more to the brooder for food and water soon. Thanks for your help.