Well, I'm looking at two auctions for quail eggs right now. My problem is that with everything that I have right now, my incubator will hold 80 jumbo eggs (or should, god help me if the homemade "rack" I plan to use doesn't work!). The one auction is for up to 130 eggs. I figure if worst comes to worse, I can pickle some of them up. But, I want to incubate as many as I buy, because it just seems like a waste to be eating the breeding stock as eggs... Anyways, the rack that I have figured out (if it works) will hold 80 eggs, as I said. Can I then "stack" the eggs? The rack spacing keeps the eggs pretty far apart, but not far enough that I would be able to actually put all of the eggs down without touching. I can only assume that I would end up with infertile eggs, bacteria eaten eggs and chicks that die during the incubation period, so I would remove these then as need be, which might free up enough space to have just the 80 eggs. Also, if it is possible, and I DID end up with some stacked up until hatching point, could I then get away with "rotating" them if one on the bottom begins to hatch, so that hatching eggs are on top until they hatch, then remove them so the ones on the bottom can hatch out? HELP! Lol.