Anybody else have trouble with eggs freezing? I leave for work before 5 am, so I don't gather them in the morning. If I can get my son to gather them before he's off to school at 8 am, they aren't frozen, but he isn't reliable about getting them. I got some corn cob bedding at the feed store yesterday. I took 2 large shallow rubber pans (about 5 inches deep and 18 inches in diameter), dug holes in the wood pellets, and buried the bowls. Then filled them up with the cord cob bedding. (I put them in the corners where most of the ducks lay their eggs.) Today it was 20 - 25 degrees, and when I got home I found several eggs buried in the bowls, and they weren't frozen. So I'm hoping this will work. Other ideas?