its day 20, my BO has 6 welsummer eggs under her, after candling several days ago I believe 5 are good-the other looked infertile so I marked it & left it with her. Last night my darling DH left the side window of the coop wide open -thank god no predators realized, but its been cold here in NY. Do you think the cold, damp temps will negatively affect my broody & her ability to hatch those eggs? Also is the last day like an incubator-should I resist the urge to lift her up & check those eggs? How will I know when we've got pip? when the babies first hatch she will keep them under her till they fluff right? My red star who is at the bottom of the pecking order is staying in the coop today on the roost, I'm not sure if she knows the babies are going to hatch or if she's just tired of the rain. My girls NEVER stay inside during the day.