My Cochin bantam went broody two weeks ago. She has been very diligent for two weeks. I checked her a few days ago and she had 10 eggs. Every so often, I'd find her in the wrong nesting box and I'd move her. Yesterday she was off her nest and I assumed she would do her business and go back, like she has been. I checked her all day in case she got on the wrong nest. By dusk, she hadn't returned to her nest. She then roosted with the rest of the flock. I moved her nest (I now counted 11 eggs) and her to separate coop thinking that privacy would help. She went right to her nest. This morning she was acting like she wanted out and not interested in her nest. I checked the temperature of the eggs (77*). I guess she gave up so I let her out and put her eggs in the incubator. I hate to throw eggs out after they have been sat on for two weeks. I candled them and they all look like they are viable (dark, defined air pocket), but I am not sure that yesterday's neglect killed them. It's August in Florida so it was a hot day (88*). Is there any hope? I still won't throw them out for another 10 days or so to make sure, but I was hoping for some encouragement or at least some sympathy.