My broody hen hatched one chick, accepted him, but has killed the last 2 chicks immediately. One was out of the shell completely, and she flattened him, the other she smashed while it was still in the shell, peeping. Obviously, I cannot trust her. So I have taken the remaining 9 eggs from her just now, and have brought them in the house. From emergency reading I know I need to keep the eggs warm and moist. Am I doing this right? I put them in a small cardboard box (12"x12") on a soft layer of washcloths. I've hung the heat lamp over them with kitchen thermometers in the box. Am I aiming for 100 degrees? A small dish of water in there for moisture. Should I put a small fan on them as well? What else should I do? Should I cover the box? One is peeping, and there is a small peck hole in the shell (very exciting!). I candled them, and most seem to show signs of a large dark mass. I expect them all to hatch, if they're going to, in the next couple of days. (We gave fertilized eggs to the broody over about a week, because she was only sitting on one egg.) Any help would be greatly appreciated!