So My female ancona has been laying eggs for a few weeks now and none of the eggs have had a bullseye in the yolk. There are 2 male anconas with her. (this will change as soon as I can locate a few more females) Im curious as to when Ill start seeing fertile eggs. Its dark here in Alaska and to keep the temp up when its cold I have a heat lamp in the coop (not red) and when the temps are above zero I have a regular light on. The regular light keeps it right around 33 if its at zero outside and the heat lamp will keep it around 40 F when its 25 to 30 below. They have a lit area 24-7 and can go to the back of the coop to sleep in the darker area of the coop. I have seen the one larger male mount the female this fall a few times and started to lay eggs about 3 weeks ago. Im still searching for a fertile one. How long do you suppose untill Ill start seeing fertile eggs? Theyre not really hand friendly so its not like I can sit in the coop with them and watch their daily activities to see if theyre actually breeding or not. You would think with two males in there with her she would be popping out bullseyes left and right. Anyone? Comments,,, suggestions?