I see a lot of talk about using a broody hen to hatch goose eggs. And I know that goose eggs are much larger, so you can only fit one or two under a broody hen. But what about the opposite? Or would a goose be too much for a chicken egg, and break them? I haven't even actually got the geese YET, but I am expecting some sebbie hatching eggs soon. Not my first time owning geese, but my first time hatching and raising them. And I didn't own chickens the last time I had geese either. But I do very big spring hatches with chicks right now. And I have two styrofoam incubators running in my room. I can only imagine how many chicken eggs would fit under a goose, and I would LOVE to use one of them to help me get extra chicks in the springtime. If I get enough female geese, maybe I could take eggs from one, and add it to the nests of the others, and then use that goose for chicken eggs. What are the downfalls of using geese to hatch chicken eggs?