hatching eggs from wormed hens?


Jul 3, 2008
New Hampshire, USA
After one's hens have been wormed, their eggs cannot be used for human consumption for at least two weeks. But couldn't one put those eggs under a broody or hatch them in an incubator to no adverse effect? I was just wondering whether anyone had an opinion or words of wisdom about this. It always seems a shame to feed them to the pigs or the dogs or use them for target practice on the tree from whence the coon keeps watch.

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