the only thing is, you can not eat her eggs, or her. She was attacked by a dog on Saturday, and today, I found maggots. So, I cleaned her all up and put some powerful antibiotic ointment on her. The vet that live up the road came over and let me use it. She first asked if I was going to eat her, and I said no. She just called and said that we could not eat the eggs from her either. Not just for a while, but ever. So now if she survives the wound, which I am pretty sure she is going to, I need a home for her. I don't how to tell her eggs apart. I have 2 other Black Australorps. So, if anyone has chickens, but does not eat the eggs or can tell them apart, let me know and we will see if we can work somthing out.