Forgive any errors- typing one handed while cuddling a teaspoon sized chick. One of our seramas laid eggs up in the loft somewhere, and we didn't realize it. One of the big girls went up and sat on them, hatching out two. One was malformed, and the other fell out of the loft. My husband found it and brought it in the house, upset and not knowing what to do - she was still wet. An incubator and 48 hours later, and shes standing up, walking, and yelling at us. Now I haven't had chicks in years. Once my health started to go, we decided no more chicks, and intended to let the girls live out their years kid free. And then this lol. I no longer have a proper brooder or lamp, and its 2 weeks till payday. I've gotten her started on wet mash and water, but shes still living in the bator. She is super teeny so that might be ok until I can find something more suitable. She will only stop peeping if I'm holding her. This wont work so well. I have to go pee some time. My questions are these: Will she be ok in the bator for a few days? Its an rcom, so I can set temp and humidity. 95 degrees and about 45% is what I have it on now. How does one deal with a chick that is solo? We don't even have a broody I can put her under. Am I going to be able to reintroduce her to gen-pop at some point? Our Seramas up till now have been mama raised. Suggestions? I have heard the feather duster method, but don't have one at the moment. I can pillage the barn and search for feathers tomorrow. Help. I'm way too rusty at this.