I would just like to see what the rest of you think about this one?. When it comes to the storing of eggs, due to set for incubation many say point down and many say point up, it all seems to be misleading to my self. I have heard many people talking about it and read many a subjects about it and still find it hard to understand. We all collect our eggs and take them indoors to store them at room temp in a safe dry place, normally in a egg carton, then the time comes to place them in what know as the right position, (POINT DOWN /POINT UP ) Then each day turning the eggs to keep them from sticking to one side. Well here is our idea, and this certain someone has a lot more experiences than I as well. We still take the egg away and still bring them in doors / or to the place you store your eggs at home, but here is what (she) thinks we should do, and what I agree with, the storing of the egg should all ways be on its side as mother nature intended, after all every bird out there does it and have a very good hatch rate, and for some reason we take them away and put them point down or up. Seems to me like we are all doing it wrong don't you think ?. After all we don't find them point up or down, if we let are birds sit a batch they never ask for an egg carton or pop them in, (point down or up) they never lay them point up or down, they know what they are doing, and have been doing it right for a lot longer than we have, so we think its on there side, and still turn them as the bird would, till you have the right amount of eggs to set. Just an idea we had, me and mother nature, what do you all think ??????????????????