We ordered hens back in October of 2011. Well lo and behold, one of the hens turned out to be a rooster!!! We are kind of inexperienced with roosters. This batch of chickens consists of 10 hens, 1 rooster. They are full Rhode Island Reds. We just don't know what to expect, how many of the eggs will be fertilized, or what. If we put the eggs in the fridge can we still eat them as normal eggs (collected twice a day)? Also, approximately what percentage of the eggs will be fertile and is there a way to tell? I read about using a candle, but these Rhode Island Red (we free range) shells are THICK! Anyway, I appreciate all answers, tips, advice.