I have two brinsea octo 20 adv. incubators and I'm considering staggering my hatches by using one to incubate and one to hatch. I'm thinking I will set one row of eggs at a time and then move them to the "hatcher" for lockdown. Benefits: eggs will be fresher, I'll have a constant rotation of chicks, I should be able to do chicks and ducklings at the same time Drawbacks (?): more complicated to keep track of, have to let eggs cool in order to clean incubator, possible lower hatch rate because I'm messing around with it more. But the biggest problem I forsee is that I won't be able to let the eggs set for one day before turning. There will be eggs at various stages incubating and turning. I thought about putting them in the hatcher for one day then moving them over to the incubator, but then it gets really complicated with eggs in lockdown in there too. So, my question is How bad is it to have the eggs turning from day one? Will this really mess them up or is it just a minor issue? And feel free to comment on how you think this setup may or may not work!