Hello, I've got several questions about incubation and hatching but first a little backstory- We are going to be moving in 12 days (big move 900 miles). We are carting all our livestock up with us, but had located a local flock of chickens that we were going to pick up once we'd arrived. Our flock was decimated by coyotes and I cannot find any other local flocks to purchase. SO now we need to cart up some chickens. I can find them locally however I don't have any more room in my livestock trailer. Which left me with eggs. I've purchased 3 dozen fertile eggs that I'll be picking up 8 days prior to moving. I've got standing incubator to use until the move and I think I can keep temperatures up with insulation (probably shavings) and hot water bottles packed into a styrofoam cooler to transport during the move. So my questions 1. What temps can the eggs safely drop too that will only delay hatching and not terminate? 2. Which position would it be best to keep eggs in during transport for minimal movement? 3. I was thinking of transporting them in egg cartons.. Sufficient? Better ideas? 4. Humidity for transport- drawing a blank. Ideas? This is completely not ideal but the only solution we've come up with to our chicken situation. I can't risk not finding a flock once we've moved as at that point I won't be able to get more until next spring. Thanks for all info/ideas!