Question for you all. I have a regular customer who came up to me today and mentioned that she got 3 eggs with blood spots in them recently. She asked me if I candle them or anything. I don't of course. Evidentally she is really grossed out by them. Whenever I get a egg with a blood spot in them (which is next to never), I try to get most of it out with a spoon and then make sure I cook the egg really extra well. She thought the egg might have started to develope. I know that is not possible because I collect my eggs quite often, sometimes three to four times a day. I told her that I have heard all sorts of things about how those blood spots get in there. Some say it starts when the chicken is making the egg inside of them, some say it is from fertile eggs and some say that is may because the hens are interbred. There are other things I have read about on this message board as to why it happens. Anyway, I offered to replace the eggs with the spots in them. I was wondering if there was anything I could say to aleviate her fears about that spot so that I don't have to keep giving away eggs. Or if there is something I could do to help the chickens from producing eggs that might have that problem. I don't want to lose her as a customer.