Hello, Everyone! I'm BarnChickyOO, and I'm a new member! I'm pretty technologically challenged, so please bare with me! Anyways, my question is....: Ok- I'll start from the beginning. I have a hen that is very broody, and , even though it's late in the season, I've decided to let her try and hatch a few. Sooooooooooo, because I don't have a rooster, I asked a friend to give me some fertilized eggs, so that my hen could try to hatch them. She said that "the eggs were too cold to be hatched when she got there." I think it was around 40 degrees farenheit ish. Could this be possible??? I've heard of people storing fertilized eggs in the refridgerator until they had a hen that was ready to sit on them! So, even though they were cold, if they were fertilized, could they still be hatched??? Thank you for any and all comments!