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Actually, eggs are an excellent source of well balanced protein. I believe
they a are commonly used as a supplement in Europe (correct me if I'm
wrong). Salmonella would be a concern, so boiling would probably be a good
idea.  The Avidin mentioned by Heidi, which binds biotin, is a problem only
if you feed only the whites-the yolk has so much biotin in it that the
avidin binding is not a problem. I don't feed my horses eggs, but then I
don't have an excess! I see no problem with an egg every so often-as long
as the horse would eat it! The yolks especially are packed with vitamins
and good protein.

Sarah and Fling (don't you DARE put anything strange in my feed!)

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