So, I'm a suburban girl born and raised but my son asked to do a science project on the benefits of raising chickens un suburban neighborhoods. Their Dad and I thought about it and decided this may do far more than even he predicted. So, I've been lurking on this site for about two weeks, filled up my kindle with books, bought the dummies books and borrowed two incubators to use. W placed the eggs on 10/13 and I snuck in to candle a few tonight and only a few mshow signs of veins and the shells are all speckled. We have had trouble with the bator we chose maintaining a temp over 99 degrees. I have plugged in the 2nd bator just now to see if we can regulate that again. We/i chose to use the dry method because of the humidity in our atmosphere but i am super worried that the lower temp has hurt my eggs. Please help. If we can raise the twmp in the bator to between 100 and 102 starting tomorrow do you tjink they still have a chance?