It's still very cold here in southern Maine. Single digits overnight, teens and some twenties during the day. My dewlap toulouse has been laying for nearly 3 weeks. I've seen her lay at night and in the morning. All of the eggs I've collected from the nest are chilled, but not frozen/cracked. She has them buried in a thick nest of straw. I would like to start leaving eggs for her, but I'm not certain they would be viable at these temps. I've considered collecting them and holding them inside until I have a number of them, but if they were laid the night before and not sat on, I'm not sure that will solve the problem. Thoughts about leaving eggs out at these temps?