I have been very good at not touching the bator since day 18. Temps and humidity have been spot on the entire time (using a Genesis 1588). On day 19 (Tuesday at 8pm) I had one of the Mille Fleur d'Uccles hatch and it has been in the bator since. It is now day 21 (Thursday) and we have a total of 14 hatch between all of the eggs. The last one just hatched about 2 hours ago. I still have 6 eggs unhatched in the bator and was wondering if I would be alright to wait another day to remove them or should I remove the "early birds" now since they are dry and fluffy and have been in the bator going on 48 hours now. I am aware that they can go 3 days without food because of absorbing the yolk, but I read on the Mississippi State University site that there is a concern of them becoming dehydrated from lack of water. I would like to hear from those who have left them in and pulled out the fluffy ones quick. Good and bad. Did it compromise the unhatched eggs with the sudden drop in humidity and temp? I was thinking as long as there wasn't a pip it would be ok.