We collected 6 duck eggs and 12 chicken eggs to hatch from a friend's farm. We set the duck eggs one week earlier than the chicken eggs so that they would all hatch at the same time (this Friday). We recently learned that some of the duck eggs are Muscovy and will require yet another week to hatch. Since we're not supposed to open the incubator (to maintain humidity) or turn the eggs three days before hatch day, what do we do about the Muscovy eggs? I can't tell which ones are the Muscovy and which one are the Pekin ducks. I'm afraid that if we don't keep turning the Muscoy eggs, they will become deformed? But if we open the incubator to turn the duck eggs, we might ruin the hatch and turn the wrong duck eggs? Any thoughts/suggestions are appreciated!