This is my 3rd hatch so I am still pretty new but my first two hatches were very successful and this one went WAY SOUTH. My incubator was a 1620n, still air with an egg turner. I started with 41 shipped eggs (13 EE and 28 Millie Fleur d'Uccles). When they arrived they were all individually wrapped in bubble wrap and then packed in pine shavings. All were in tact. The temps and humidity were very standard and stable. 99.5-100.5 degrees and humidity 25-40%. At day 9 I DID add 20 eggs to the incubator from another breeder but I had removed several of the first batch already due to lack of development. On day 18, I candled and locked down only 22 eggs (9 EE and 13 d'Uccles). I laid them in the incubator on their side out of the turner. The additional eggs were placed to the side. I cracked the bator once on day 18 and twice on day 19 and rolled the extra eggs to "turn" them. There were no pips etc at that time. Humidity was around 65% Very early on day 21 (1245 am) I heard some peeping from the eggs. Day 22- 4 d'uccles hatched, 1 EE hatched Day 23- 2 more d'uccles Today (day 23) I candled the remaining eggs, determined none to be viable and opened them. Most had fully formed babies without absorbed yolk sacs. 2 had internal pips. Only 1 looked like it had quit earlier than the others. SOOOOO.. the big question.. What happened to these babies?? The air cells were irregular shaped and "loose". Is this just from shipping? I do NOT want a repeat of this and would like to find a solution and be SURE it isn't something I did wrong. Thank you!