So, both of my kids (10 & 6 yo) have tested positive with the same strain of Salmonella. The CDC has done genome testing and it is a strain "common from handling live poultry." They will now be testing a stool sample from my flock for confirmation that is where they contracted it. We have 10 week old Wyandottes that we got from a reputable (we thought) hatchery. My husband is on the verge of getting rid of the chicks, I am not. I have done enough research to make my head spin, but wondered if anyone here has had a similar experience. Most of the articles I've read discuss the human side, but I'm worried about the animal side right now. The kids are under control and healthy. Do we have to cull the flock? Are their eggs going to be safe to eat? My kids are (sadly) banned from the birds for now. We stressed and stressed proper hygiene with them, but obviously something slipped passed us. Any thoughts/advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks so much!