My 2 year old got very sick with bloody stools and fever. I took him to the doctor and had blood and stool samples taken. It took a while to get the results back. Finally they said it was Campylobacter. The doctor told me it usually comes from Mountain spring water. But today the health department called me and they gave me the 3rd degree (but she was super nice about it) and went over all the places we have been, things we have eaten and over our home. When I brought up we have chickens she was very quick to say that the chickens ALWAYS carry this germ and that he most likely got it from their poop. Well he walks back and gathers eggs and stuff, but I have never washed my eggs before?? So the health department narrowed it down to three things: -The chickens -My irrigation water -A melon from a produce stand Now supposedly my son should be immune from now on to this infection. But do I dare sell eggs? How do I know if my hens are carrying the germ??