So, I really really really planned to put my incubator away. Really. I cleaned it up really good last night. Set it to dry. Began considering where I should store it. And then: My kids & their friends found a nest in the straw stack. Apparently, our neighbor's banty hen has been laying there, and there were six little eggs. So adorable!! We took five, hoping she would continue to lay there if we left one (the neighbors said this was fine with them). And, of course, now I have to incubate. So, now I need advice: I've only incubated duck eggs before. I know chickens usually take 21 days to hatch, but what about bantams? Their eggs are SO tiny--wouldn't they fill them up faster? Do they hatch sooner? I don't know the breed--they are the neighbor's chickens, and there are three of them--two roosters and a hen. The hen is brown, one rooster is white, and the other is the sort of all-american colored rooster (like a Welsummer, for instance). They are pretty standard in shape, but half the size of a standard chicken. Any thoughts? Yeah, yeah, I know pics would help--but the chickies haven't been over at our house today so we're out of luck. I'm off to read the stickies on hatching chicken eggs before I set these. The incubator is warming as I type.