I bought 6 hatching bantam eggs for my broody Phoenix x hen; she's been sitting them like a champ, clucking to them, guarding them from the other hens. Now that the first one hatched, however, she wants nothing to do with them. I kept the hen and chick/eggs together, separated from the other hens, hoping she would regain interest, but the chick got colder and quieter and then I thought it died - couldn't see it breathing or moving at all, so I kicked the hen back out to the chicken yard, and took over. I've never done this before and I need help fast. The good news: I've got the chick and eggs under a heat lamp. The chick seems to be doing good, warm, drying out his/her fluff, talkative. I also have a chick feeder (with non medicated chick feed) and waterer set up and ready. The bad news: the other eggs are at varying levels of "doneness", and I have no thermometer or incubator to improve their chances. Recommendations?