I am a new chicken owner, I got new day old chicks is September, 10 Red Rangers, 3 Rhode Island Reds, 3 Americanas, and a surprise rare breed that turned out to be a rooster Arucana. I culled 9 of the Rangers in December but kept one that was sweet. Starting this month the rooster has started breeding her, still no interest in the other birds and they aren't acting at all breedy. So today I went out to the coop and low and behold my first eggs, one broken but they were definitely from my Ranger. So I brought it in and broke it to inspect and of course eat my first egg. and it had been fertilized, not surprising but wanted to check. My question is if I let her incubate or incubate them in the house will I get viable chicks. I guess to me it is a stretch to think a Ranger which is a high bred would have viable eggs??? I guess if I could breed my own meat chickens that would be great. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.