Hello, I have three 2.5-week old baby chicks being raised by a hen. Until now, they have been in a coop connected to, but closed off from, our main coop which houses 12 hens and 2 roosters. I've just started to open the door between the two coops. The adult birds do not bother the chicks at all, but I've noticed that they do like to snack on the baby food. This is a chick starter feed medicated with a coccidiastat. My question is this: Is it okay to eat the eggs of hens that are eating a little of this medicated feed? I would say that these "snacks" amount to a small percentage of their daily intake. These adult birds eat their layer ration, plus free range all afternoon, when they forage for bugs and eat kitchen scraps. If I were to switch the chicks to unmedicated feed, how likely would they be to get sick from coccidia?