So recently, we had one of our chickens 'Honey' at the local show, she was happily with a rooster (to try and get fertile eggs). I think her eggs are fertile, but there is one thing that is making me really confused (about our other chicken) Anyway. Our other chicken, Nutmeg, was adopted in April. She used to live with a flock with a rooster. The two chickens have different coloured eggs (Nutmeg's is darker than Honey's.) I will finally get to the point, I recently had a soft shelled egg from Honey, and I used it in cookies today, it looked fertile, but I had to get another egg for the recipe, I picked out Nutmeg's recent egg and cracked it, it had the bullseye (this has happened with other eggs of hers as well, But I thought it was a fluke), and she hasn't been in contact with a rooster for over 6 months. Is it possible that it could be 'parthenogenesis'? If I've put that in the right context. I want to put one of her eggs in my incubator, but I have no more room left! (Full with 3 eggs of Honey's and 3 quail eggs) If you have any advice for me, it would be well appreciated. Plus, lots of people (friends) have been saying I got the chicken eggs mixed up. As I stated before, I know the colours of their eggs shells, (because we got Honey before we adopted Nutmeg). I will supply some pictures to help. This picture is of Nutmeg's egg yolk, more of a bullseye that has a lot of space between the center and outside ring. This is Honey's egg yolk, you can see a faint ring around the center, still looking like a bullseye, just the center spot is closer to the ring. One of the eggs (Honey's) I have in the incubator, it has a darker yolk than the old unfertile eggs of Honey's, so I expect that it is developing. I hope I have put this in the right section, and sorry if I haven't really made sense. Thank you!