I had an epiphany the other day and bought a 2nd Little Giant incubator to use as a hatcher only. I never liked holding eggs until I had enough to fill the incubator to start a hatch. Sometimes the 12 day old eggs don't make it all the way or get stuck, so I began putting all eggs I have after a week in, and starting them as a group. My dilemma was, I have eggs that will be 18 days old Monday and younger eggs still in the eggs turner. I couldn't very well remove turner just to allow older eggs to hatch so I figured a incubator set aside solely for hatching would be the solution. Since normally I would pull the turner out on day 18, the new "hatcher" is exactly the same thing. Now I'm considering getting another incubator, so I can keep a constant program going and using the hatcher to keep up with both incubator's. I think using this method will speed things up and allow me to work with more, smaller, groups that I can give more individual attention. I have more than enough space for equipment, and I have tons of extra brooders, cages, open coops, etc. So I figured why not. Has or does anyone do something similar? I would love some info. I've seen people have very successful hatching programs but they usually put a lot more money, than I got, into it. This seems plausible and economic. Any suggestions?