Soo... Some **** stray dog or cat climbed my 6 ft fence and killed 7 of my free ranging flock..3 of them were my Roos I happen to have two broodies...own of whom was moved to the Chicken tractor 2 days before the attack and her and her 4 chicks are fine (although one was frantic and out..snuck under the side in a panic??..which alerted me to the attack in the first place)..anyway I'm devastated. Soo I have another broody who hatched out 4 chicks this am. They were getting active and my coop is 3 feet off the ground so I moved all but one to the tractor without mom. My other broody took them right in and they're doing great (adoption is beautiful Here's my Q: my cooped broody is setting on 10+ eggs. I have a borrowed bator and want to hatch the other 20 or so valuable last fertile eggs on my counter. I have no experience incubating so all help is much appreciated! Should I take the remaining 10+ less valuable eggs (mutt babies, sorry) and incubate them for the last couple days (since I'm betting broody will ditch them tomorrow with her 2 day old chick) or forget about them and incubate the 20+ more valuable eggs (Marans and barnavelder) on the counter? Should I overlap the last couple days or will I screw up the humidity/temp too much for the new eggs when I open the bator to get the hatched ones out? The bator is a hovabator 1602NV if that helps. TYIA!