Greetings everyone! I have an 8 month old Welsh Harlequinn that got a foot injury, the lacerations healed fine with some topical aid and some segregation and TLC, but she still had swelling in the foot that was not going down, so I took her to the vet. After an xray he was able to confirm no break in her toe (where the swelling seemed to be originating from) but symmetrical on either side of a joint and it had been a couple weeks with no change...SO, vet prescribed clavamox (14 days) to take care of the infection before it decides to enter into the joint and possible cause more trouble. Here's my question, he said that technically we shouldn't eat the eggs while she is on it. But she's one of my best layers, and it seems such a waste to throw out 14 of her eggs when she works so hard for us and is a consistent layer (unlike my Cayugas). 1) How serious should I heed his warning...I mean I know antibiotics in our meat and eggs and stuff are bad and it causes resistances and stuff, but how much really makes it through to their eggs and how bad would it be to consume them? 2) If we follow the warning, any ideas for what we could do with the eggs other than just throw them away? Don't want to throw them in the pasture, because I don't want any of our wild predators getting a taste for duck eggs and coming closer in to investigate our hutch...don't want to put in compost pile as the dogs raid that once in a while...and throwing them in the trash seems just so wasteful! We were only getting 3 eggs a day through the winter, and now down to 2 (that we can eat) with her being out of commission...any and all ideas for how to make this less wasteful would be most appreciated. Thank you!