I have one chicken and she roams the yard all day and my dog keeps her company out there. She is a buff orphington hen, just started laying eggs and I happened to come across the threads about worms and having to administer medicine to the hens 2x a year. And then I saw the picture of the worm in the cracked egg! I don't see any wriggly things in her droppings or large white segments. She looks super healthy her feathers are shiny and nice and fluffy, waddles look great. Do I need to be worried about eating the eggs or wait until I buy some valbazen and give it to her? Also, if albendazole is given to humans, what is the big deal about eating the eggs from giving 1/4 cc to a hen if you don't have children, have no pregant women in the house, or do not plan on getting anyone pregnant? I do not see the harm in eating the eggs. Thanks for your help.