The first being over 10 days old. My question is...are the eggs still hatch-able? She is NOW Brooding and laying consistently on them! Thank you so much to anyone who will help me out. This is what I did. When she laid her first egg, I covered it with cool dirt. It's been in the high 80s here. I read that the eggs must be kept around 65' and turned each day. I did that with all the eggs she laid. Then last night she went back on her nest and has not gotten up. So I took all the eggs out of the dirt and wiped them off and placed them under her. I took out the golf balls I had in her nest. Do you think there's a chance the eggs will hatch in a month? Thanks.