Hello fellow Chicken Lovers! My miniature Ginger Oxford Game have just started producing beautiful little white eggs. (or one of them has....Bonny....the other two hens are not quite ready yet!) I'm pretty sure that chances of fertility are high as she and our Cockerel Rusty have been incredibly "active"! Last year we set 3 fertile eggs in ur little R-com incubator, candling them at 6 days and probably twice more the following week. All seemed to be fertile and healthy. 2 of the eggs reached full term and we were up all night, camped in the spare room, watching them wobble and tap for hours, only to be devastated when they never hatched. Our "Egg Man" very kindly gave us 4 of his day old chicks, which are now our beloved flock, living in Peckingham Palace in our garden. They are the most spoiled chickens on the planet! We would welcome any suggestions, hints and advice on how to ensure this batch hatch healthy (assuming of course they are fertile). I'm incredibly weary of candling them as I don't want to do anything at all to jeapordise our hatch! But at the same time I'm eager to see if our eggs are fertile! The incubator deals with temperature and humidity and is very accurate and consistent, so no worries there. Fingers crossed!