Hi, I have a question that may or may not be urgent. I've incubated chicken eggs a number of times in the past in my classroom -- with the chicks going to a family with a small chicken farm. As of yesterday, I've started incubating 2 dozen eggs at home as a favor for this family. Here's my problem: About half of the eggs are so uniformly shaped I can't tell which is the "small end" and which is the "large end." I have a Hova-bator incubator with an automatic turner, and so one end is definitely positioned down. I tried candling the eggs with a flashlight in a dark room hoping to find an air bubble at one end, but no luck. I tried setting them on a flat surface to see if one end dipped down, but they appear to rest evenly along the side -- or very close to it. Anyone know what I should do? I'm hoping I'll hear that they can go either side down, but .... I'm not expecting that! Help!