These are my 11 hatching eggs. I'm hatching them without them ever being in an incubator or under a hen. How? Let me show you! Today is day 5. There are 11 eggs,and all seem fine still. This is my box. There is a scarf, placed under the eggs, with sides sticking out then covering the eggs. I between this,there is a crocheted baby doll blanket. So there are 4 layers between the eggs and the top, but all allow some air through. These are the eggs, with 3 microwavable rice socks I heat for 1:30 min. every 2 to 3 hours. Under this gray scarf, there is a heating pad for insulation. It is not plugged in, it doesn't even work. At night, I take two hand warmers and place them between the two layers of the heat pad. This keeps them warmer for long enough to sleep for 6 hours. Then I wake up, microwave the rice socks, place them in and rotate eggs, and sleep for another hour or two. I'm doing this as an experiment with my little brother. I'm allowed to help him, as I'm still in my senior year of high school. These were set on the 23. I'm expecting a hatch 1 or 2 days early, however,as I've been keeping them at around 105-110*. This is part of the experiment (our broody's average temp is 108*).