Hi everyone, I am hoping that someone out there in the world of BackYard Chickens is able to help me. Today I brought home, my first, 2 dozen beautiful fertilized eggs. After the car ride I let them sit 4+ hours as recommended. This morning before heading out, I turned back no the incubator that I borrowed (I know, rookie mistake- For all you new chicken people, leave your incubator on and running for a few days before setting the chickens inside). My second problem, now that the eggs are in the incubator, I can't get the temperature up. It will not raise any higher than 95.4 degrees fahrenheit. What I believe it to be is that our old farm house is just too drafty. I have covered up every single doorway and removed the incubator from the wall. I even turned on a space heater, which I later turned off because I am afraid to cook the eggs on the side that it directly hits. I turned off the furnace fan to stop the constant air movement because it circulates cold air when its not being brought up to temperature. Feeling like a giant failure! Can someone PLEASE give me some advice if you have a drafty house and have had a successful hatch!!!