Hey folks- We started in February with three-day old chicks and raised them all this time. I was out of town for work Monday through Thursday (yesterday) and when I can home I checked the nest box to find the first two eggs. Very excited. They were small to medium sized, brown and perfect. We just ate them this morning. My questions: There's a god chance they sat out in the coop for a couple days in central georgia heat. We ate them anyways. I can assume it's fine for them to sit out like they before being eaten? Also, each egg had a red speck on the yolk. I'm pretty sure I remember reading that is a sign the egg was fertilized by a rooster. To my knowledge I don't have a rooster. They are all 5 months old, give or take a few weeks (some a little more than 5 mos some a little less). I'm not hearing any crowing. I do see some aggressive behavior but those are pretty obvious hens to me. What do you think?