I bought a little 3 egg 'bator on a whim. $12 so what could it hurt? I pulled 3 eggs from my daily egg gathering and put them in the 'bator after it had sat 24 hours at 100 degrees. That was on 23 Sep. The temp has constantly stayed in the 90 to 98 degree range, since I put the eggs in. I have turned them 3-4 times, daily, as instructed. There is no smell from the bator, so I don't think they're rotten, but the low temp gives me little hope. Is there a possibility of hatching from these eggs? 11 Oct was the stop turning day, so I stopped, added a lil more water to the lil reservoir, and am just wondering if the lil gang has a chance? Do ya'all see any point in my warming up the brooder? It takes a day for the brooder to get warm, and Sunday is hatching day, if they have a chance. How many of you would go ahead and warm up the brooder on saturday? Am I just being a hopeful idiot? Oh, I know absolutely nothing about candling, and have considered trying it with a flashlight, but didn't want the eggs any colder than they already are. I apologize for my totally inexperienced question, but I just had to ask. I like the idea of helping give life, and am probably worrying about this, probably a bit much. haha!