Hi, I'm new to the forum and new to incubating. I incubated 24 eggs (12 Andalusians and 12 Golden Lakenvelders). They were due to hatch on Saturday but my hubby came running out to the barn to tell me the incubator was up to 102 . I turned it down but I thought I cooked them as no-one hatched. I was about to write myself off as a bad mom, throw the eggs out and not make the same mistake again yesterday, but I forgot. Tonight one of them is trying to hatch - but I'm wondering if I should let it keep going - what if it is an only chick? I guess I can tuck it in my bra for a few weeks, but then what? We have a horse farm with 5 hens and 2 roos - they free range and boss the horses and dogs around, and I've never tried to hatch eggs before. The roos are silkies, plus 2 silkie hens, the others are Andalusian, Black Spanish and a Silver Lakenvelder. The Silkies would maybe adopt it, if it survives. Any ideas? I feel like a total dummy/ heel about this The last thing I expected was to have only one chick.