Hey all, I have been talking to a few folks off list on this subject but wanted to open it up and see what everyone does. I just set a small batch of call duck eggs today, 7 of which I refrigerated, 2 I did not and have marked as such. I am running a fridge that is dedicated only to eggs and parrot supplies, so it is not being opened a lot like your and my kitchen fridge. It is set at the highest setting it can go, 45-50F. I figured this was safer than storing them on my basement floor, which runs 62-64F. The oldest egg of the group was 7 days old. All eggs turned twice daily. Does anyone else here put their duck eggs in the fridge to store prior to incubating, and if so, what is your hatch rate like?