My saddleback pomeranian eggs are set to go into lockdown on Friday... some questions... 1. We took a couple toulouse eggs from under his mother's goose because she has a history of sitting on duds. One was dead, one infertile and one was moving around when candled. This was on Easter, and we estimated she had probably been sitting for about 2 weeks by then. We were thinking the one fertile egg should have hatched by now but the one in the incubator hasn't pipped, (we don't see any movement on candling) and neither have any under the mama goose. I'm worried about putting my eggs into lockdown with a possibly rotten egg. Should I ditch it? Also a little worried about her sitting on eggs that are no good, I wonder when we should give up on those... 2. I had 5 pomeranian eggs. One, as my fiance put it "just went 'poof' and disintigrated"... it looked and smelled pretty gross, but it had been developing at first. From the beginning I was a little worried by how much smaller that egg was, but I'm still worried something went wrong with the incubating conditions. Now 3 of the remaining 4 are moving like crazy when I candle them, but one is sorta just black. Not the black yucky "poof" look, it almost looks like it's all gosling and no veins or fluid. It also has a funny shaped air cell. Should I remove that one before lockdown? They are at 99.5 degrees f, 30% humidity. I'll have to mark the air cells tonight. I just realized this morning how soon lockdown was and now I am worried about increasing the humidity with possibly rotten eggs, I feel like that would spread germs, especially once eggs start hatching. Ball of nerves right here... sorry.