Today I found a hidden nest with 23 beautiful eggs that would be a shame to waste if they're still edible. It seems to be the work of just 2 hens, there were 17 jumbo green and 6 large white eggs. They were all very clean & uncracked, and every one sank straight to the bottom of a cup of warm water, not one rose even a little on one end. I dried them all and put them into the refrigerator. There could be more than one green egg layer at work here, but if not, then the oldest egg could be almost 3 weeks old. I'm such a cheapskate that I don't like to "waste" good food on the chickens if the humans in the family could eat it, and don't like to "waste" good chicken feed by giving it to Compost Pile instead. However, I'm willing to listen to good advice. Who do you think should get these eggs?