Give her a little extra light to extend the day. I keep my incubators in the basement so I don't keep watching them and the wife doesn't know what's going on in the chicken world. So, how do you do this without them freezing? I live in central NH.[/QUOTE] Either a broody hen or an Ohio hover brooder. Outside of unheated building with the tree the storm brought down blocking the doorway. Inside of the building with 2 homemade hover brooders cooking. What would we do without the USPS though, drive the eggs across the country? I'm curious how much others are paying so ship eggs. I've been shipping for quite a while and it seems like the price changes. I can ship a large priority flat rate box for $18. However, if you mark the box fragile, they now want an additional $10.++. I marked a box as having live embryos, per customer request and they wanted $36 to ship them which I talked my way out of.