I shipped a dozen eggs to someone and NONE of them were viable. she said that a couple of them tried for a few day and the gave up. The story behind this is that I saved eggs for 3 days to get a dozen and tried to ship them on the third day (Wednesday). I went to the post office and they refused to ship due to high temps in Phoenix at the time. The post office employee said that they could not ship fertile eggs when temps were over 85 degrees in Phoenix (never heard of this before). I waited 2 days and shipped during a storm that kept temps low (didn't tell P.O. what I was shipping this time). I packed each egg in bubble wrap, leaving the ends open and then encasing each egg in pipe insulation. Packed in packing peanuts in medium flat rate box, then put in large flat rate box with more peanuts, packed tight. Sent on Friday, received on Monday. She said she'd never seen such scrambled eggs (after two weeks incubating) and blamed the post office. I'm devastated. What could I have done differently to make this work?