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I have only a few eggs in my new Brinsea octogon 20,For those that have this what do u do to keep the eggs from falling over on their sides? They are silkie eggs so very small.Right now I have paper towels stuffed in on the side to keep them upright.As expensive as this machine was you would think they would have put something in there to put up against the eggs to keep them upright when you only have a few in there

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Sorry, i have no experience using any kind of incubator, but theres a Brinsea octogon thread that you may find useful.

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/579490/the-brinsea-octagon-20-eco-thread-hatches-etc-pics

 

Good luck

 

CT

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Thanks it was helpful

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:thumbsup

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