Agree with redcatcher... I wouldn't eat them but I'd for sure scramble them back to the chickens. Good source of protein and a lot of animals have a LOT stronger guts than humans do. People can say 'bacteria' all they want, but I've seen chickens eating plenty of things I'd never feed to a human and be fine.
I would say animals have stronger guts than the majority of civilized humans do. Humans in general can eat some really nasty things and drink relatively foul water and remain healthy if their immunity systems have become accustomed to it at an early age. There is no myth behind "Montezuma's Revenge". What some cultures can thrive on could make another culture gravely ill. That being said, I do not recommend that Americans or Europeans eat incubated eggs. Especially with this sanitizing movement going on.