I see in some threads here, as well as other things I've read that when incubating quail eggs they need to be point down and turned 3-4 times a day till about day 14 or so. I understand the purpose of turning so that the yolk doesn't stick to the inside of the shell. But I don't understand the point down part. I see some YT videos where the eggs are laying on their side to whole time. And thinking about it, in the wild the point wouldn't be down would it? Seems like it would be on its side. So what is the purpose of point down and is it something that is necessary or just something that some folks do and some don't?