My grandma sent me this email after being told that I have young roosters I am raising and planning to keep: "Hey, are you aware that any eggs that get laid will likely have chick embryos/blood & guts inside as long as you keep your rooster around? He will fertilize them, and they won't be good to eat, or pleasant to look at. Check w/your FFA sponsor.......... Luff, Grandmother" Is this true at all? I was looking forward to being able to raise chicks from my own hens and enjoy fresh eggs but now I am a little concerned. If I collect them and eat them within a week will there be anything in it? The cold in the fridge should prevent this right?