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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by bethk, Feb 27, 2013.
Do these look fertile?
Yes, to me they do.
So excited! Time to fire up the incubator. Should I invest in the egg turner?
So, usually the little bullseye area on the yolk is what you are looking for. If they are not fertile, that spot would be more like a speck, and not as much a bullseye. What kind of eggs are you planning on incubating? Chicken, waterfowl? Many who incubate waterfowl just hand turn, but I have hatched chicken eggs with an automatic turner successfully. I really enjoy incubating and the hatching process. Watching the embryo grow is very interesting.
They are chicken eggs. I just put a rooster in with my 5 hens 4 or 5 days ago. Not sure if he has mated with all of my hens yet.