Hatching eggs from hens that were on corid?

BaileyMChicks

Songster
May 8, 2015
585
33
111
Wisconsin
Hi I found a nest of 8 eggs that were layed rather recently, because when I cracked open 3 of them they were completely fine, and I checked it about a month ago and there wasn't any eggs there. Anyways I recently treated my chickens with Corid for cocci, but I'm pretty sure that's not what they had. Anyways I started treating them on Saturday, and they were done last Thursday. So there is a possibility that the corid was still in her system when she layed some of the eggs. I was wondering if it is ok for me to hatch some of the eggs, because I heard that it' s ok to eat the eggs when treating them with corid, but I don't know if it's ok to hatch the eggs out. I really want to hatch some of them because they are from my mottled houdan, and she has only layed one egg before in 2 years, so I would really like to hatch them. I just don't want them to end up with birth defects or something because of the corid. If there's a high chance of birth defects or something bad happening because of the corid then I'm not doing it. I just would really like to know soon. Thanks.
 

Flower84

Chirping
Jun 5, 2018
42
38
60
Hi I found a nest of 8 eggs that were layed rather recently, because when I cracked open 3 of them they were completely fine, and I checked it about a month ago and there wasn't any eggs there. Anyways I recently treated my chickens with Corid for cocci, but I'm pretty sure that's not what they had. Anyways I started treating them on Saturday, and they were done last Thursday. So there is a possibility that the corid was still in her system when she layed some of the eggs. I was wondering if it is ok for me to hatch some of the eggs, because I heard that it' s ok to eat the eggs when treating them with corid, but I don't know if it's ok to hatch the eggs out. I really want to hatch some of them because they are from my mottled houdan, and she has only layed one egg before in 2 years, so I would really like to hatch them. I just don't want them to end up with birth defects or something because of the corid. If there's a high chance of birth defects or something bad happening because of the corid then I'm not doing it. I just would really like to know soon. Thanks.
I have hatched many eggs on corid before and had great results! I hate to see all those eggs wasted so I like to hatch them!
 

jsarmad

In the Brooder
Aug 27, 2020
5
1
11
How did the batch turn out? I would like to put some eggs in the incubator, but my hens have been on corid for a couple days.
 

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