A few weeks ago, I wrote about my chicken-and-egg experiment. I had three broody hens sitting on eight fertilized eggs each.
Twenty-four eggs … twenty-four potential chicks.
Turns out if I were a baseball player, my .333 average would be considered pretty good. But like political polls, when you dig deeper into the data, the headline can be misleading.
In my case, I had one superstar, one marginal player, and one total washout. Here is the story.