Well I've read about this but I never thought I'd see this. Two worms in an over easy egg from my own flock. I keep my coop clean and dry, use only straw, chickens have unlimited free range, and all appear healthy. I use organic feed, fresh water but I will admit I've never used chemicals on my girls. I am going to start the raw ACV in their water asap and would like some input about this. If I'm seeing them in the eggs I'm sure they're heavily infested. I plan to worm the flock with Piperazine and then with Panacur in two weeks so I don't overwhelm their little bodies. If anyone out there has an organic free ranging flock please give me some input as to how you deal with worms. I know that people cannot get infected with roundworm or tapeworm from chickens, and I could clearly see the worms in the white of the egg because as I cooked the egg it turned a purple/black color which made it very prominent. While I gave that egg to my dog (who enjoyed it thoroughly) I am wondering if I need to toss my eggs? I've never seen this in all my (5) years of raising chickens. I still cooked another egg from the carton and it was completely fine. I don't think I will be able to pin point which chicken is laying the egg with the worms so it's inevitable I will need to worm them all.