My hens' fertile eggs are smelling kind of "off" or almost "fishy" and have been for 3 or 4 weeks or so. I tried to ignore the smell at first but now I just can't eat them and its turned off the rest of my family as well. They are free range and have layer pellets & cracked corn in the barn to add to whatever they happily forage during the day. I put catfood out each day at the backdoor for my peafowl as they love it but have never seen the rooster or hens eat any of that so the fishy-ish-off-smell can't be coming from that. The smell has just been a problem for the last few weeks so I'm wondering if it's an effect from the heat (southern ohio). I've never had problems with fresh eggs smelling bad before. I collect the eggs every evening so they do sit for 1-10 hours in the coop, depending on what time each hen lays. Anyone else having this problem?