I have a hen that has been brooding,and 5 days ago she hatched one egg and that chick looks healthy and very active! Then 3 days ago she hatched another chick, this chick is healthy and active as well. Then last night she had one chick pip and this morning it hatched. I went out to check out things and found that the brooding hen pushed that new chick out of the nest. It was weak cold and alive. I brought it in and checked its temp and it was only 60 degrees. I then put in the incubator and set the temp at 75 degrees then checked on it in an hour it was moving around and chirping. I checked the chicks temp again and it was at 80 degrees so I then left it alone and check it 3 hours later. When I checked it the chicks temp once more it was at 95 degrees and the incubator was still at 75 degrees. Then just an hour ago the chick died. It appeared to look normal, there was nothing physically wrong that I could see and the chicks temp was at 95 degrees. Was this caused by the low temp after the chick hatched? -The outside temp here this morning was 49 degrees and now its 64 degrees so kinda cold. -Should I take the rest of eggs and put them in the incubator? Did it have a weak immune system? Weak heart? Did the mother know that the chick was going to die so that's why she pushed it out of the nest? This is the first time this hen has brood.