I made a one hour trip to pick up 3 dozen hatching eggs from a farm rather than have them shipped. They are barred rocks, wyandottes, and copper marans. When I went there to pick them up she told me they might have gotten too cold, but they should be ok. When she opened the egg cartons for me to see the eggs, they are really dirty, or at least by my standards they are dirty. She told me to just take a paper towel and wipe off what I could get but don't wash them. I got them home, wiped off some of the dirt with a dry paper towel and let them set in the egg cartons until they were warmer, maybe 2 hours. I set them on December 6th in the incubator with a turner. I have noticed an awful odor coming from the incubator and on day 18 when it was time to take them out of the turner I did notice one egg had cracked open so we took that one out. They were supposed to hatch out today and not one egg has hatched yet. I can usually hear pipping or cheeping in the egg on day 21, but hear nothing. I don't have a light bright enough to candle, so none are candled. (That is my next purchase). I have hatched eggs out 5 or 6 times, including duck eggs with a 90% hatch rate, so I am just not understanding what happened. I have posted a picture of the eggs and maybe you can tell me if the eggs being so dirty has caused them not to hatch. This is the first time I have ever had a stench before. When getting ready to take this picture I noticed another egg oozing, so I took that one out. The temp. was at 99.5-100 degrees for the whole 21 days and water was kept in the incubator. Any insight would be appreciated. I have never had a hatch where not one single egg hatched out.