I have been setting my Serama eggs for the past couple of months and have had fairly good hatches, each hatch number improving until today's hatch which was 100% and I now have 12 beautiful healthy chicks in the brooder. They are all eating and drinking on their own already and are very lively. I have been collecting my Serama eggs for the last 3 weeks and because it has been really hot here in New Mexico I decided not to offer them for sale but I couldn't bear to toss them either. I decided to go ahead and set them into two incubators and see what happens. I figure the hatch rate will drop for the oldest eggs, but we'll see. The oldest eggs I have ever set were month old duck eggs that were kept in can in a cool dark pantry and they all hatched much to our surprise. Anyone ever set eggs that were 3 weeks old?