Does anyone know? I have read about hatching serama eggs is difficult with low hatch rate. Does anyone know if there are better results with a broody instead of using an incubator? Also, if you use a standard size hen for hatching serama eggs is this not a good idea? Will the larger hen end up hurting them once they are hatched? Should you take away any hatched seramas from the standard size broody as soon as they hatch? One other question, if you have detached air cells in shipped hatching eggs, is it probable that they will die before hatched, and if so, why? I tried to find information on this, but didn't find answers. What if those detached air cell eggs are under a broody- worse outcome? Same? Better? Thanks in advance for any replies.