Yuck. I had a ton of goose eggs in my incubator... they are nearing their hatch date. Well, I looked yesterday, everything seemed to be fine. When I went and looked today I saw a cracked open egg, I immediately though "Wow, that's pretty early to be hatching.", so I got closer, lifted the lid, and was instantly hit with a putrid smell, it is indescribable! When I looked there was an egg cracked in half with an almost fully formed gosling laying there and the disgusting yolk running all around my incubator. I immediatally took the fine goose eggs out of that incubator and placed them in my other to finish incubating. I picked the gross bator up and started to carry it out of the house to set outside for cleaning, and when I was about halfway to the door the bator sprung a leak and started leaking the exploding eggs' contents on my legs and feet. I could've thrown up. Anyways, to make a long story short, the incubator is still sitting outside, and I have absoloutly no idea of how to scrub the fluids out and completely get rid of the putrid smell because that was my good incubator and I have no idea if I'm going to be able to use it again. I'm also hoping none of the fluids smells somehow managed to ruin my other eggs, but those eggs are in the other incubator and when I open the lid I can smell a tiny bit of the putrid odor, not much though. I have absoloutly no idea of how the egg exploded, and I'm hoping the gosling that was in the egg died before the egg burst. I've never experienced anything much like the smell of a halfway incubated egg.