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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Motherhen1165, Oct 14, 2019.
What do you think? Is it fertilized?
The blastodisc or blastoderm is not visible so it's impossible to tell.
These eggs are fertilized.
Note the bulls-eyes on the yolks.
This is a pic of one of my eggs that's fertile. You'll see a white dot then a white ring around it. Your pic I see no white dot or bullseye, it might be on the other side of the yolk.
Do you have sexually mature Cockerel/rooster with your hens or pullets?
I thought that little black thing was a chick in my egg..lol thank you can you even eat fertilized eggs
Yes, you can eat fertilized eggs, there will be no chick growing in the egg unless there are perfect conditions... 99.5-102 degrees is usually the temp it needs. If there's no broody hen sitting on it or it's not in the incubator, it's good to eat.
Not that I know of yet. I bought one at auction but he does not crow or mount the hens. Is it possible to have a rooster who is gay?? Lol
Not that I know of I would wait till you see him mounting someone before looking for fertile eggs.