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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Molly04, Nov 21, 2019.
trying to figure out whether these duck eggs are fertilized
They are not.
Pretty definitive ring around blastodisc.
I'm with @aart there is definitely a ring around the blastodisc...
Have an incubator?
I'd put them in and see. I see a bullseye like you would with a fertile egg.
I do have an incubator but it's in use right now with chicken eggs. The really strange thing about this is that if they're fertilized I have no idea how they came to be that way... I have three female ducks and it seems VERY unlikely that it was a wild duck because I never see them at my house and my ducks are penned up. So if they are fertilized the only explanation is that one of my 8 month old female ducks is going through a sex change...needless to say I am very confused. I didn't get a picture of it, but about a week ago I cracked open an egg from them that had a very distinct bullseye and was in no doubt fertilized
Hmmm when you're done with the incubator, put some of the eggs in and see what happens.
I do know that some eggs can look fertilized, but they truly aren't. I forget what it's called, but others have had it happen.
Thank you I wouldn't be able to remember that word even if I tried!