This year I did something I would never do: stagger hatch. I have eggs that are due on Sunday and eggs that are due on the 24th. I have two incubators but one is a still air and the other has a fan. I set all eggs in the same incubator (with fan) and have left them alone but lockdown is Thursday. Originally, I was going to move the eggs that are not due till the 24th into the still air while I lockdown the forced air but I had this kooky idea that maybe I should hatch in the still air and leave the younger eggs in the forced air. I dry incubate by the way so I am not concerned about humidity until lockdown, so the risk of drowning is low. I was just wondering what you guys think? I know the first week and a half is crucial in eggs but would the risk be negligible? So... in follow up: should I use my still air to incubate or to hatch?