Hey guys -- It's coming up on time to move my first batch of eggs from the incubator (Sportsman 1502) to my hatcher (Hovabator with fan). I had planned to move the eggs from the incubator to the hatcher for two reasons: 1. to keep the incubator clean; and 2. to avoid messing with the humidity in the incubator while other eggs are still cooking. Now I'm having second thoughts. Mostly, it is because the temperature in my hatcher is MUCH less stable than in my incubator. Anyone reading this who knows Tennessee, knows that temps can swing wildly during the winter. For instance -- today our high temp was over 70, but tomorrow the low will be under freezing. Now, these changes have only made the room temp fluctuate a few degrees, but nonetheless my hatcher temp has gone from 100 to about 103. The Sportsman has stayed exactly on 100 for temp, although the humidity rose from 47 to about 55. Obviously, the humidity is easy to deal with -- I simply removed a vent plug, and now the humidity is right back down where I wanted it. Anyway -- I'm rethinking whether to move the eggs. Should I leave em in the Sportsman? It does have a hatching tray. I am worried about contaminating the incubator, AND I'm worrying about the effects on the younger eggs if I raise humidity for the hatching eggs. What do y'all think?? To move, or not to move?