I am about to set 2 serama eggs (weighing in at only 26 and 24 grams respectively), seven normal maran eggs and two double-yolkers that I've decided to try my hand at. I know twin hatches are VERY rare but I've never attempted one before so I thought it would be an educational experience, even if it ends sadly. I wanted to know a few things. - Do serama eggs need anything different than normal chickens? - I have kept my humidity normal for Marans in the past; however some say it needs to be higher. True/false? - Should I do anything special with the double-yolkers? Should I lay them on their sides or put in an egg carton? I was going to incubate them all in an egg carton but I want some feedback. I know most people have improved hatch rates in egg cartons (I myself have hatched eggs in and out and have found my eggs in the egg cartons actually hatched faster and healthier than the others for some reason), but should I do this with serama eggs and double-yolkers? I'm not in the habit of incubating large eggs in cartons, so is it best I keep the double-yolkers on their sides? I think I will. Anyway, I will keep everyone in the know about what develops and when!