Hi my name is Ghisnene, I'm from South Africa and hatching for the first time with my homemade incubator. I bought 14 eggs from a local farmer and is on day 7 today and happy to report that 10 of them are growing beautifully! One I already thrown out - it had a clear bloodring and 3 others looks like nothings is happening. So I am very excited! I do have a question about 1 of the growers though. It had a little crack from the beginning which I covered with candle wax, but when I candled the eggs for the 1st time 3 days ago I saw that the air cell was on the side of the pointy side of the egg (exactly where the crack is). The air cell is fixed and not moving. While the other chicks are developing very close to the air cell, this one is developing a bit further from the cell - more to the blunt side of the egg. The egg is developing beautifully and the chick is very active, but I'm a bit worried. I don't know how the handle this one. Any tip? At this stage I incubate all the eggs in egg cartons with ventilations holes at the bottom and sides and they are at a 45 degree angle with the pointy sides down. In this egg's case it means that the air cell is at the bottom. I've attached a foto of the egg. Sorry for the poor quality but I've marked the air cell with pencil. It is taken from the side of the egg - hope you can see the air cell on the side of the pointy part and the chick more towards the blunt part of the egg. Any advice would be very much appreciated.