I continuously hatch eggs all summer and into the fall. In the past I always set eggs once a week.. Just so hatches happened on my days off of work. Now I'm working shorter days but 6 or 7 days a week so really don't need to worry about what days they would hatch on. I use a separate hatcher so no worries about staggered hatches etc. Brooders isn't an issue either. When I mentioned that it is said that eggs can be stored 10 days someone asked why I don't just switch to setting eggs every 10 days. That would be less work setting eggs, moving eggs to hatcher, moving chicks, cleaning hatcher, moving chicks in brooders etc. My thought was duh that's 10 days between new chicks. Who would want to do that? So then it was asked then why not set eggs every day? My thoughts were well lets not get out of hand I love new chicks but that's work every day. So what are your thoughts? What do you or would you do and why? Just curious if I'm missing some things I haven't thought about while rethinking all of this.