We have 3 incubators. 2 have 42 chicken eggs each and 1 has 2 dozen plus 3 dozen quail eggs. Last week (they were 1 week along), we when we turned the eggs, we found 1 that was not good. It had a VERY small hole in it that you couldnt see unless you really looked. As i peered at it to make sure it was a hole, a maggot crawled out ! I figured out that it is Fruit fly larvae. In another incubator, in another room, I found a couple more crawling around. How did it get in there? Are all my eggs going to be bad now? What should I do? Every time Im done using the incubator, I clean it with antibacterial soap and a wash cloth. I know you're not supposed to use solvants, but i usually have at lease 1 egg bust and its nasty in there. How did thid happen? is it possible that they were bad eggs from the nest? or do you think bugs got in there durring incubation when i turn the eggs? I have NEVER had this problem before! My sister in-law has been having a similar problem a mile away with her eggs. And so is my granny next door to my sis-in-law. I get my eggs from them Except my quail eggs. Im the only one with them.