The person I am getting some eggs from told me that you place pheasant eggs small end up while incubating. I thought all eggs were placed small end down, espically if you have them resting in egg cartons during the incubating. I was also told that it is okay to leave the eggs turning right up until they hatch, instead of taking them out and laying them on their side or leave them sitting in the carton to hatch. I have only hatched chicken and quail, no pheasant. I always stopped turning for the last 3-4 days and kept them small end down. Is there a difference in hatching methods (other than length of days) of different fowl? Already got the bator on and warmed up, getting the eggs tonight. Do I need to change the way I hatch this batch????