I have over 100 quail eggs in an LG still air incubator (for the hubby!). I do NOT have a turner. There has to be an easier way to turn these little things! I've already dropped/cracked more than one trying to do it the old-fashioned way (by hand). Does anyone have some suggestions for a dumb hillbilly trying to hatch her first quail eggs? I have the eggs in a plastic quail hatching tray. I've read somewhere that the tray or bator might be tilted, instead of turning the eggs. Is this recommended and if so, how high should it be tilted? I was scared if I raised the tray too close to the heating elements that I might bake some of the eggs?? I could use some suggestions. Also, while I'm asking questions, I was told to keep the temps the same for hatching chickens, about 101-102 degrees. That correct? And humidity about 50% or should it be higher?