I'm curious about how other units schedule feedings and hands on care. My unit has all 3 hour feedings done at 8-11-2 and NPO stable kids are done at 8-12-4. We have some demand feedings, but not usually. So, if you have a row of three feeder/growers you're trying to help 2-3 families at the same time. We rush to get all the kids done in a timely fashion and then sit around till the next round. Criticals are on the same schedule. I think it makes much more sense to stagger cares and have one due at 8, one at 8:30, and one at 9. I have worked in units that did that and liked it for many reasons. What do you do in your units?