I was checking the eggs this morning and because I couldn't resist, I candled a few. Some have shells that are too thick to see through, but one is cracked along the small end. I would have dumped it right there or never set it to begin with, but I see development and veining. Can this egg be saved? These are not the most precious eggs in terms of breed, but they are precious to my kids. I have 2 sets of eggs in there. They are from the same source and are basically a barnyard mix. 8 were never refrigerated and 9 were refrigerated for 5days at about 38 degrees. The egg in question is one of the refrigerated eggs. I just don't kknow if it is worth it to try and seal the crack (how would I do that?) or just dump it now. What do you think?