I am so pained over the idea of having to completely discard dozens of eggs that have been amassed during our two rounds of treatment in our four backyard hens. We have been treating with fenbendazole, and are on the second round starting today; so that'll be another two weeks of eggs we can't eat. Has anyone found a "use" for eggs they have to discard? Like for fertilizing plants? We usually have compost for these sorts of things, but it is in the backyard where the chickens are, and the chickens feed from the compost, so this doesn't seem like the best idea -- I don't want to overdose our birds. So I was thinking more a method of directly applying the eggs in some form to our front yard plants where we have very poor soil. I'm wondering if attempting something like this would just be a smelly disaster... Thoughts or experiences?