My husband cut down a tree with a chain saw. He was there about 1 1/2 hours cutting up the tree. It scared a wild turkey off her nest. We wen back twice today and the hen had not returned. We went to our local feed store ans the manager told us that it was not likely that the hen would return. He told us that - given the warn weather today - there was a good chance that the eggs would hatch if we placed them in an incubator. Well, we did exactly that - a few hours ago. the eggs are in a small incubator at 99 degrees with some water in the bottom. I do not know how long the hen was sitting on the eggs but given that today is May 25th it could be a few weeks already. 1. how many times should I rotate the eggs each day 2. when should I stop rotating them since I do not know how far along they are in the process 3. when do I take the poults out of the incubator 4. what should I put them in 5. when can I move them outside 6. when can I let them loose with my intents to let them roam wild 7. if I have to continue to provide some food for them on an ongoing basis that is OK with me Thanks to all who reply!