I had a similar issue today. My perpetually broody Banty hatched a turkey a couple days ago but left 3 eggs that were viable but a couple days behind. Long story short I found a turkey-sicle in one of the nest boxes today. Brought it inside and warmed it up, and just now brought it out to Banty who pecked at it a few times and then decided she could love it. This was after being rejected by other broodies, and the cats. In just a few short days I'll be headed out to Utah. Poor BF, he'll be in charge of an entire wire rack of seedlings, plus some plants in the cold frame, chicks in the basement, Banty and her turklets, the actual adult chickens/turkeys, the ducks, the goats, a cat with a UTI needing twice daily antibiotics... not to mention his actual job. I can't believe someone already has zucchini. I haven't even started my cucurbit seeds yet. We were only 34 degrees this morning.