I found a guinea nest yesterday. I candled the eggs (since I did have a broody guinea hen disappear), but the eggs do not have any development in them. They are also not cloudy-looking, meaning to me that they are not 'bad'. But they are very dirty!! They've got dirt and grass all over them!
How can I clean them so I can set them in the bator?
ETA: I don't think the 'running them under warm water, and wiping clean' method will do the trick, the dirt is stuck to them pretty good.
Edited by shelleyd2008 - 8/10/09 at 8:40pm