I have six silkie eggs that were set June 17th. So today I am setting up for lockdown. This is what I have done: Removed the turner and put the eggs in a paper egg carton. Added water and I am watching the humidity to not go above 65 percent. Added one plug. One is still open. Current humidity stayed about 42-45 percent. I started with ten, tossed four that looked infertile at day seven. I have one in there that looks questionable. Just some dark spots and alot of light, no definitive air area. Another one shows an air space but blood in the air space. The other four seem all dark. Should I remove the first two? I am going by someone's idea here to put them in an egg carton, but my dry incubation instructions state to lay the eggs on their sides. Which would be better? There is still an air space in the bottom where the pluggin for the egg turner goes out. Should I plug that up? Thanks for all your help. I would like to see some beautiful silkies in a few days.