I am assuming that you are doing chicken eggs? If so, that humidity is a little high. They are usually around 60 or 70 during lockdown. If you are doing duck eggs then obviously they are a little early and that is about the perfect humidity for them. As long as they are chirping and moving around I would not try to help them. Could do more harm than help.
Little Giant Still Air Ventilation holes are open. Water base is under the wire on bottom.
Are the suppose to hatch within a certain time frame after piping? Two are cracked where we can actually see their beaks and breathing. ONe it cracked almost all the way around. Others are just cracked in a small area where the egg tooth broke the shell.
This is very stressful for me. Yikes! Don't know if I can do this again.
i know how you feel. i am going through the same thing! my 1st duckling egg started piping last night. now i have 2. they are rocking back and forth and chirping. i WANT to help them but i KNOW i shouldn't.