We have a digital cabinet incubator and a separate digital cabinet hatcher, both of which are set to the respective appropriate temp and humidity. The incubator holds ~300 eggs. My question is, rather than saving eggs for a week and holding them at what may potentially be an unsuitable temperature (we are off the grid and have unstable ambient heating/cooling), can I just add my eggs to the incubator each day and then remove them to the hatcher one day apart in sequence as they approach day 18? I checked to see the fluctuation of temp/ humidity when I open the door (humidity drops by ~4% and temp by ~5 degrees F). I can't imagine that this is much different from a broody hen getting up for 5 mins to go get a drink of water and a snack. Plus, the recovery to the set temp/humidity takes less than 5 mins. Depending on your wisdom and response to my question, I would only add eggs daily for 7-10 days and then let them set. Any thoughts or advice is much appreciated. Thanks!