So I have read a number of posts concerning egg carton hatching and peoples opinion on the method but cannot seem to find out what the actual method is. Can anyone help me out? I just got some shipped BCM eggs and would like to try it out since I have heard it is good for shipped eggs with detached air cells. Some of the things I would like to know, 1. Do you change incubation temp or humidity since the eggs are in a carton and thus it has different surface exposure to the incubators enviroment? 2. What type of carton do you use? I have read cardboard? 3. Do you or do you not trim cartons or put holes in them? 4. Do you start them in the carton from day 1 or put them into it later? 5. For turning, since I do not have an automatic turned how high do I need to put each side of the carton up in order to shift the eggs the proper amount? 6. More personal thoughts on the subject and any other useful advice you might have? THANKS BYC!