Well I have 10 eggs on day 20 in my lock down incubator humidity 75 temp 100 so far no movements. My previous hatch a few days ago ended in 14 Button quail dead either in shells or after pipping or in a few cases being majorly deformed, 2 pekins both dead in shells 2 silkie one alive and doing well the other died in shell. Out of around 100 eggs I have 7 hatched alive one of the eggs was a twin egg. I switched to a new incubator about 10 days ago to see if it would help. I went to candle the other eggs I have in another incubator with the auto turner turned on, temp 100 humidity 40, pulled one from the back only to feel a head popping out, turns out i'd miscounted how many needed to be taken out to go on lock down This little one a Cochin is now out of it's shell cheeping away strong as ever, the yolks not fully absorbed but it's wrapped in a bit of cling film to help it keep moist and it's gradually going in so I'm not too concerned. I'm now thinking maybe i'd have better luck just keeping the eggs due to hatch on the bottom shelf and turn the auto turner off on that one. I think the next batch I'll put half in each and see which one gets a higher hatch rate. Any thoughts?