Hi all, I've been searching off and on for a few days and can't seem to find the answer... I wormed my chickens last night with an oral dose of 1/2 cc of valbazen, all 58 of them. This wasn't an easy decision, but I had seen several droppings on the roost with roundworms over the past few months. I use ACV, garlic, DE, and crushed red pepper as preventatives, but apparently living in a hot, humid climate with free ranging chickens I guess it wasn't enough. So we wormed last night (Happy to report all are alive and well this morning, I had terrible visions of them all laying dead under their roosts this morning because I had done it) I've had them 2 1/2 years and this is the first time I wormed. It was not an easy decision...so many different thoughts on the subject. Anyway... I know egg withdrawl is 14 days after the second dose. Even though the girls egg production has been sluggish in our high heat, we still get between 20-30 eggs daily. That's a lot of eggs to toss. However, I knew this before worming them, and had come to terms with it...I thought. This is going to be harder than I imagined...tossing out all those beautiful eggs...sniff, sniff.... Well, finally, my question... Would it be okay to feed some of the eggs back to the chickens? Not all of them, just a dozen or so, and cooked of course. Just once a week, as a treat, with some yogurt and noodles and other yummies? (yeah, they're spoiled) What about cooking some up for my dogs to add with their suppers a couple times a week? (yeah, they're spoiled too) Just wondering, I'd like to be able to use at least a few dozen of them, before I start filling the compost pile with eggs. Thoughts please?? Thanks!