Had a broody hen with eleven eggs. She tossed out seven eggs over a two-week period. Then she abandoned the remaining four eggs a few days later. She was off of them all day. I had waited and waited for her to go back on them, but she even stopped acting broody. Since it had been a warm day, I thought, "Why not!", so I took them in the house and put them in an incubator that I was using to hatch some eggs for my son's friend who wants to have chickens for himself, his wife and his three-year-old son. This broody hen's abandoned four eggs went through three days of lockdown at 60-70% humidity until the other eggs hatched, then three days back to 55% humidity, then the last three days, July 2, 3, and 4 (today), back to 66% humidity for their own lockdown. This morning as of 4 A.M., TWO ARE PIPPING.