I was making cookies with an egg from one of our Rhodie Reds and happened to notice a little blood spot on the egg. Now, I know that it's common and perfectly fine to eat an egg with one, but I still had to do a little inspection. I didn't find anymore spots, but I did notice that the white dot-thing (please excuse my ignorance of the proper term) had a faint little ring around it. We do have two roosters, as I mentioned in my introduction, but as far as I knew, the bantam Buff Brahma, Ginseng, was chased off by the head hen, Amber, any time he went near the Reds. The other roo, an Australorp, Pepper, never really tried to get at anyone other than the EE bantams, but when he tried to woo the Reds, he was met with the same reaction as Gin. It looks fertile to me, but I'm a bit baffled by how on Earth they'd been able to do it without having their faces pecked in. Does it look fertile to anyone with a little more experience than I have? Any thoughts?