Has anyone here incorporated UV-C into egg, incubator, or hatcher sterilization? With the batch of eggs in the incubator, I soaked half of the refrigerated purchased eggs in a strong bleach water solution, and did not soak the other half. That was after using the edge of a credit card to scrape dried manure off any soiled eggs. I did not scrub the eggs or wipe them dry so as to disturb the cuticle as little as possible, I just let them air dry. I see no visible difference in air cell development with dipped and undipped eggs, nor with eggs from my hens vs the refrigerated eggs. So from this small test sample, I am confident that bleach is not a terrible thing to use. I'm confident that the use of UV-C to kill bacteria and molds is very effective, but I am not sure how well it would work in an incubator environment. Where in the airflow would be the best place to place it, or would it be better in a still area to promote the air lingering a little longer?