Hi everyone. I am new to chickens (had them for about a yr now) and want to start planning to hatch some. (Preferably something of a gold-laced persuasion.) However, I only have experience hatching ducklings (X3 hatches). Now from what I have heard, duck eggs are a bit more fussy than chicken eggs so I can only hope that's true. Here are my questions, and as a side note I just use a plain old LG still air bator.. 1) I have always set duck eggs on their side and hand turned 2-3x/day with fantastic hatch rates. However I almost always see pics of chicken eggs turned on their small end. Is it OK to leave them on their side? 2) is turning 2-3x/day sufficient, or do you really need a turner? 3) Can you get good luck dry hatching, totally? The biggest bother with the duck eggs was the huge amount of humidifying work at the end.. It sure would be nice not to have to do that much! I'm sure I'll think of other questions, but this is a start. Thanks!