[/IMG][/IMG][/IMG]I was wondering about these two eggs. I have had them in since two saturdays ago( Jan 22) but they don't look really developed... I did this as an experiment by putting five farm eggs (free range, but not intentionally fertilized. The farm did have roosters.) the other three look less developed. In these two, the yolk is bigger and I see some lines that don't EXACTLY look like veins, but are super similar. They don't have that spidery formation, but otherwise they look about the same. If they aren't veins, what are they? I'd like to know if they are developing, and if so, when they are going on lockdown. I know that the typical time is 18ish days, but the eggs were in the fridge for two. I've heard this slows development, but I don't know by how much. I will include pics of one that doesn't look so hot and the other two. Thanks! Bad news. I dropped one!!! Luckily it was just rotten, eww. The pictures are random, but the two consecutive ines that look super different are the "infertile ones". Also, I don't have a pro candler, so the pictures are probably awful Another update There are only two pics. One on the bottom is the one that might be fertile. I thought I put in pics of the lines, but I can just describe them. They are very faint and appear to be near the surface. They look connected, but not in a spidery way. You can't see them once you see the shadow of the yolk.