Couldn't get a hold or "real" eggs, or day old chicks in 21 days, so I opted to cure a broody with some potential babies. Have no clue if it will work. May not need a hen since our weather is over 100° for the last several days Wish me luck, I've never attempted anything like this before. Miss Broody already broke one egg stepping on them. Down to 11 eggs. No chance to add chicks on the fly or use an incubator since I have no way of separating new chicks from the old ones. At this point, I'm just hoping mom stays on the eggs long enough to hatch some. Went out with a flashlight at 10:15 pm to see what was going on...She's on the nest and it's 90° in the coop. Bless her pea-picken' beady little head. Since I live in town and am limited to number of birds, I'm hoping any hatchings over my limit will go into the freezer. They are white eggs. Darn. Guessing they're leghorns. Time will tell.