hello! Trying to find info on this. Treating a baby chick with NFZ Puffer, along with Oxytetracycline and saw on the NFZ Puffer container a warning from the federal gov't not to consume from an animal that has been treated with NFZ. Also mentions warning about ovarian cancer found in lab rats etc. "Federal law prohibits the use of this product on a food producing animal". Yikes! Anyway though, this is what our vet recommended we use to help heal a nasty wound on the neck of a baby hen (month old) that was beaten up by our two broody hens. They left a nasty injury to the nape area of her neck. My question is... with a warning like that on the NFZ Puffer label, we have decided we shouldn't consume the eggs (we have a 2.5 year old, 14 month old, 8 month old, and I am pregnant). Have any of y'all consumed your chicken's eggs after they have been treated with NFZ? Obviously she's not laying yet, but are planning ahead for when she does. She's a Red Ranger, they yield a good bit of eggs daily. More than likely the eggs will go to waste and she will be purely a part of the family... but was just wondering what y'all have done if you've used it on your hens/roosters. Also wondering Thanks!