Hey all. Moderately seasoned quail hatcher here. I'm actually hatching my own birds' eggs for the first time. They're still pretty young and I think I ran the humidity a touch too high for too long. The air cell is entirely too small. I hear that's a pretty common issue with eggs from younger birds. When I hatched ducks, I was advised to give them a "safety hole" in case they had trouble externally pipping. They were fine, worked like a charm. Would it be advisable to do that for my quail since their air cell is so small? I'm on day 13 right now, so I figured the safety pip would probably happen on day 15. I'm trying to rectify the issue. I read that if the air cell is this small you should just add no humidity and let them hatch out in dry air. Good advice?