My parents were here back in early September when our girls just started laying so they only got to eat a couple of em ... I'm planning to send them down for them to eat ... they keep telling me that they wish they could have some more now that they've experienced fresh eggs
My advice if your shipping them to eat do NOT wash the eggs. That way the bloom coating will be on them to protect them from bacteria setting in while shipping. Make sure you also have the freshest eggs to ship out.
They will be just fine as long as the temps stay cool.
Don't wash the eggs, wrap them in bubble wrap and fill the box with peanuts so you can barely close it. Then there's nowhere for the eggs to move. I just shipped eggs from CA to FL with not a single casualty.