Here's the situation. My friend is a vet, on they way home I gave her a dozen eggs. She called back later and said my chickens have worms. She based this on what she saw in the eggs I gave her. She seemed to think that the fact that some of the eggs had spots in them indicated the chickens have worms. I didn't think the contents of eggs would be affected by the chicken having worms or not. But maybe I'm wrong? Anyway, my 10 chickens lay 7-8 eggs a day. I've been breaking a few and really inspecting them closely, and some do have spots in them. I just assumed these are what people call "blood spots" when they are red, or sometimes "meat spots" when they are brownish, which I guess is still blood. Not all the eggs have them, but some do have a few specks. I thought this was normal. Is it possible my vet friend is right, and my chickens have worms?