OK so my broody hen, Oreo, has been sitting on over a dozen eggs...So far, 4 have hatched. These eggs are all at different stages of development...Some are just beginning to develop, and others should be hatching sometime this weekend. That's how scattered it is because they were all laid at different times. Which has been fine, but now today Oreo has decided to get off the nest to care for her 4 already-hatched baby chicks, which means her 15 unhatched and still-developing eggs are left alone with no warmth. It's pretty warm out right now, but it gets chilly at night and it's not warm enough to keep those eggs warm without a hen or an incubator. Normally I would go ahead and take the unhatched eggs and put them in my incubator...But my homemade incubator is at my mom's house, over an hour away, and I can't get it back until this Monday (Memorial Day). I don't have any other incubators at the moment here with me, and no other current broody hen to put the eggs under. One time I had this happen before, but I had another broody hen and so I just put the abandoned eggs under her. So what should I do??? I doubt the eggs will make it all weekend without any warmth, so they can't say out there. At least two eggs should be closed to hatching...It looks like, when I candle them, the baby chick should be pipping the air bubble sometime this weekend. Help! I really don't know what to do with these eggs...I know that many or all of them have developing embryos in them, and if something isn't done quickly they will become cold and die. Is there any easy and quick way to save them (besides going and buying a whole new incubator?) Thanks!