Hello to all you forum users. I am from Australia. Many years ago when my children were small we put two eggs in an electric fyring pan and in around 21 days we had two beautiful chickens. These grew up to become quite large grey hens. We named them Gwendoline and Geraldine. My children watched as they hatched and then cared for them until they were able to fend for themselves. Back to the frying pan. I lined it with cotton wool and set the temp, we didn't put the eggs in until it was constant. Each day we would turn the eggs very gently and for the humidity I put a damp wash cloth in with them. After what seemed like forever we were amazed to hear small sounds coming from the eggs. These sounds got louder every day and finally one morning when we went to turn them there were signs of hatching. We all watched intently and witnessed the birth of a damp little body that soon became a ball of fluff. The second egg hatched a day or two later again being witnessed by all in the household. These two little babies were the talk of school projects for quite some time and were also household pets. I have only ever tried to do this once but would love to give it another go. Have any one of you ever tried this, just as an experiment?