One of my hens was treated with Baytril for supposed metritis in August. The vet said not to eat the eggs for a few weeks but I am reading elsewhere that once a hen is treated with Baytril the eggs from that bird can NEVER be consumed again. Is this true? I see mixed information when I research the subject, so I can't tell whether the right answer is never or a few weeks.
What does Baytril do to the hen's eggs that disqualifies them long-term?
Is the prohibition agreed upon by many sources or is it considered to be an overreaction by some and, if so, why?
Are factory hens whose eggs are sold in stores treated with Baytril?
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My little flock includes Pippa, a Belgian Mille Fleur d'Uccle, Ginger, an EE and three babies added January 2016 - Bella the BO, Ava the Australorp and Nugget, a RIR.