I have a flock of Bourbon Red Turkeys that I kept over the winter (7 hens and 1 tom). After 4 of the hens failed to brood their own eggs (Two good eggs appeared to have been crushed by the girls), I put 10 'fresh' eggs into the incubator on June 5. I had been collecting these eggs for 3 days and had stored them in the fridge, on the advice of a local poultry man with 25+ years experience. I was turning the eggs twice a day before I purchased an egg turner for the still air incubator (Little Giant). Three of the eggs did not make it past week one. A fourth egg stopped at week two. I have candled all eggs each week. The six remaining eggs appear to have continued developing. The air cells have also been getting progressively larger. I do not have a 'wet bulb' thermometer so I do not know what humidity the eggs have been in all this time BUT the incubator temp has been spot on for 99.5 F. None of the eggs are pipping. I see many posts about encouraging an extra day, sometimes two, for the eggs. When I call it quits (day 30) should I carefully crack the eggs to look into them myself or simply assume all is lost and literally 'trash' them? This is almost devastating!