I'm not sure where to post this since it hits on a few topics but seems to have a lot to do with incubating but has anyone tried to make balut/hot vit long/fertile duck eggs in theri incubator to sell? I have some asian customers that buy quail and duck eggs from me on a fairly regularly basis and was thinking of maybe adding these fertile duck eggs as a value added product. For anyone that is not familiar with what balut, they are fertile duck eggs that are incubated for about 18 days then the egg is boiled and eaten like a hard boiled egg. It may sound cruel and it probably is but a large chunk of the easter hemisphere eats it on a daily basis. I was just wondering if it was feasible for a just any old person to do. I think my main problem is with my incubator sometimes I get early hatches and sometimes I get late hatches, it's just a foam little giant incubator and I'm not sure how being a few days aoof would affect the end product.