Hi All - This is my first time hatching - got a rooster and hoped for a broody but gave up after a couple months and got an incubator. I have light brahmas and put 19 eggs (gathered over 5 days) in the incubator. I weighed the eggs on the date they were laid and have been monitoring the weights along with the temperature and humidity in the incubator. Temps are constant and humidity has been fairly stable - incubator has a fan to circulate the air and a turner. I am also candling and can see veins in all the eggs - beyond that, it is really hard to see anything more than the air space at the big end and darkness in most the rest of the egg, especially through the brown shells. The problem I am noticing is that there seem to be three groups of eggs - one group has lost more than enough weight (these are the really light almost white eggs), one group seems right on track, and one group has not yet lost enough weight. We are about half-way through the incubation. I only have one incubator. Is there any way to create micro-climates within the incubator - perhaps place a small piece of wet towel or sponge near the eggs that have lost more than enough weight so far? The turner holds up to 40 eggs so I can separate the groups a little bit.