OK, so it looks like I found a worm in an egg that I cracked open today. It doesn't look so much like the photos I've seen of roundworms in eggs; the worm-like object was very delicate, broke apart easily and was whispy and fibrous. It tapered off so much at the end you could barely see it. Not like spaghetti. But it was not connected to the yolk at all, and well, it sure looks wormy, doesn't it? My chickens are only 6 months old. They've never been wormed, but they get ACV and garlic. They act completely healthy, and there have been no signs of worms in their droppings. Is it really possible they are so heavily infested as to infect their eggs? I was able to separate out the strand from the white(it broke apart some when I did that), but separated it looked like this: Any thoughts?