Hi, does anyone have any tips on keeping two sets of eggs separate during hatching in the incubator? I have both brown and green eggs, and as I'm breeding towards blue, I'd like to keep the chicks from the green eggs and sell the chicks from the brown. But I only have 11 eggs, and a single Hovabator incubator, so they are together. It's 5 days till hatching, so I'm trying to think of ways I can keep them from mixing before I can band them - that will fit in the incubator! Since I am thinking of this *now* I can't install some sort of center wall, since I can't open the incubator that long or let it get un-humid enough for glue to dry. Will a very shallow tupperware work? But I'm worried about both the plastic being close to the heat coil, or that the chicks might try to climb out of the tupperware and burn themselves on the coil. I've only had one hatching previously, and I don't remember if they had enough energy to try and get over a 3in high plastic wall. Any other ideas?