This is Day 22. I started with 22 eggs, using a Brinsea Octagon 20, 2 hatched, 1 still appears to have a black blob in it, most likely is dead, but I am still leaving it in the bator for a few more days. I cracked open the remaining 18 and EVERY ONE OF THEM were identical in this way: They all had a nice air sack on the large end, and all had basically yellow yolk in inside, one egg was kind of a blob of yellow, all the rest were liquidy like you would crack an egg and beat it to scramble eggs. Any ideas on what happened? My guess is the 18 were not fertilized, or I think I would have seen SOMETHING inside looking like anything other then a broken yolk. Maybe the lady I got my eggs from just had a bad batch. In fact of all the RIR eggs I asked for, I have one beautiful day old chick and one beautiful freaky looking one that is most likely a Naked Neck Chick. So, there must have been a recessive gene in her roos or hens. This lady has a gazillion chickens in the country and I think it would be hard to get a pure bread RIR. I am kind of excited about the Naked Neck Chick. I read up on them and they sound really cool. It just looks so odd in a very cute way.