I know this is a long shot...But since I have nothing to lose, I thought I would ask anyway. I knew someone years ago whose job involved fertilizing infertile turkey eggs. Apparently this was an alternative to traditional AI. From what I can recall, he said this was done with a syringe through the shell of the egg. I have three eggs that my gynandromorph chicken laid before she died. I realize that the offspring would very likely be normal but does anyone know what would be involved in fertilizing them?