I am down here in La. Watching the weather. Ya'll know what I'm talking about. I expect to lose electricity some times Wednesday and maybe not get service restored for 5 or 6 days. That being said: I started saving eggs Saturday August 25th. Presently the eggs are being kept in my home air conditioned at 73* - 75*. Of course if electricity goes out that temp will rise to mid 80s. No way can I start them in the incubator until I see if I have power or not. I have generators, but no way can I commit to running it 24/7 for the incubator, fuel supply will become an issue almost immediately. Even having 75 gallons of generator fuel available. My experience with hurricanes katrina, rita, gustav and ike, fuel will always be an issue. So eggs saved like this, how long will they remain viable?