Hello all! Been lurking around here for quite a while learning amazing info from ya'll. Just learned about the necessity of worming and such and treated all of my flock (of random and unknown histories) yesterday with Ivermectin pour-on. Today (coincidence?) we found a broken Americauna egg in the nest with this odd looking object in it. Can't tell that this thing was inside the broken egg; I really don't think it was buz there was no yolk or shell pieces on it. I think it might have been passed during laying?? I thought it might have had something to do with passing worms or something but upon a crude dissection, I'm not so sure... Does anyone have any idea what the heck this thing is? Chances are that it came from one of the older hens that lays maybe every couple of days or so? It is about the size of a quarter with a long "tail" that almost appears like a blood vessel. No smell to the object and when cut into it was firm and meaty, like a muscle. You may also be able to see from the photos that it looks like there are chambers in it. Thanks for any help!