I have some new ISA brown hens & they lay some really nice jumbo eggs. I am treating them for coccidia & worms. I cracked the eggs open this morning to scramble them up to give back to the girls since they are still moutling & have some feather issues. What I noticed was that there are some blood spots in the yolks which I know can be common. On 2 of the eggs there were like around 20 or so tiny blood spots covering the whole top of the yolk. What causes this, it seemed really gross ! There was another egg that had a blob of yucky looking stuff in it. That one was really making me gag! What is up with this problem? Can I give them vitamins or something that will take care of this. Is it alright to give the scrambled eggs to the girls & the dogs with all those disgusting blood spots & gunk (which I picked out). Eggs are kind of a gaggy thing for me to begin with. Now that I have seen this I don't know if I could ever eat an egg!