Pretty self-explanatory. I was wondering because I have a lot of eggs in the incubator as of now. Although it's still very early into incubation, I was considering what to do when they begin hatching. This weekend, I'll be buying a Hovabator Genesis and using that as my incubator, while my current Hovabator turbofan model simply as a hatcher. I'm doing this because I find there is a fine line between the two stages of hatching and the humidity levels required for both stages are extremely crucial. During internal pipping, the eggs must be kept at a low humidity so that the babies don't drown, and during external pipping, the humidity must be very high. Keep in mind I am incubating geese. After some amount of thought, I wondered why I couldn't just move newborn chicks into a particularly warm brooder, rather than keeping them in the hatcher (which is actually an incubator) to stomp around, roll the other eggs, and possibly injure themselves on the fan/heating element. I figured this was especially important with geese, as they are very large and clumsy, and as the eggs are large and take up a lot of room in the incubator. So is there any specific reason why I can't do this, or would it be fine, given that the babies are kept warm enough? ALSO, I should ask about cooling the eggs... It's day 4 and I'm told to cool for about 10 minutes a day, and then spray with warm water. I did this today, but the temperature decided to drop to 97 and even after two hours, not return. Then, when it came time to turn the eggs again, the thing dropped to 92! I am getting so sick of this wafer thermostat model.