- Jul 16, 2013
I bought 105 quail eggs and my brinsea octagon 20 incubator only holds 60-75 eggs depending on size and how you place them. I could try and borrow an incubator but I dont want to use someone else's for 22-23 days. So I was wondering if could place eggs on top of each other and then a few days before hatching put some in a borrowed incubator to allow for more room while hatching. So there would be 4 eggs on the bottom and one sitting in the middle on top. I didn't know if that would harm the eggs were they touched. If anyone has tried this or has any insight on the matter could you please send me that information. Thanks.