Not sure where to put this. I plan to try to hatch some of my eggs probably not until spring though. BUT, I have a bit of a challenge. I have some darker shell layers, and candling them is really hard because I can't get a good view inside the eggs (all I see when candling is some shading, which doesn't help me any). I can see inside my white layer's eggs clearly, and am working on determining early signs of fertilization in those ones. Anyways, I had read something about weighing them, but would that apply in this case or only during incubation? If not, does anyone have a suggestion for a good (not expensive) candling light for darker shell eggs? I have a rooster, and he's been mating quite a bit with certain girls, others either fight or I guess he just doesn't want to mate with yet because they're younger/smaller, not sure (though he did attempt to mount one of the smaller the other day for the first time). I don't want to risk wasting a clutch of eggs in incubation, so I want to try to learn ways to check the darker shell ones. Thanks in advance!