Hello! So I just got a couple Black Australorp from a local hatchery to add to my flock. I’d been researching a little on hatching because I was considering getting everything ready for next spring I cracked open an egg for breakfast and to my surprise it was definitely fertilized! I didn’t even think about the fact they came from a free range farm sooo of course curiosity kicked in. I put together a quick diy incubator (no judgement here! I couldn’t help myself) a glass tank, heat pad, pebbles mason jars of water and towels. Popped the eggs in there from the next day, rotated a few times each day and couldn’t wait to candle!! When I saw development I was ecstatic. Southeast Texas weather had a major shift with really affected my temps and now I just can’t find anything online that looks similar to what’s going on in my eggs. Give it to me straight .. Did I kill these babies? First pic is Monday day 4 and second is Wednesday day 6. Third pic is the other egg that I tried to keep from candling but I have no self control. I know it’s early.