Hi there, we have a 11 month old Splash Maran hen who laid what I believe to be a lash egg based on research (see images). She is otherwise healthy and has shown no other symptoms of illness, though I realize they hide it well. She free ranges and eats H and H layer feed supplemented with meal worms and fresh greens and fruit as snacks. Upon noticing what we think is a lash egg, I immediately ordered Bayril 10% and it is on its way in case she needs treated with antibotics. First, do you think it is a lash egg? If not, what else could it be? Next, I see the general recommendation is Baytril in water for 5 days - do folks here agree with that? If she has salpingitis, and laid a lash egg, is this always fatal? And is this contagious to our other girls? Last, we had a young rooster who we had put down and a necropsy performed after developing legg paralysis - the necropsy indicated undetermined, possibly Marek's but not confirmed. Could this be related and a bacterial infection all the birds have? Or does Marek's cause lash eggs? A lot of questions here, I understand there might not be answer's to all of them, but wanting to make sure our flock is healthy and happy.