Any reason you do this? IIRC, the blood doesn't pose any health risk, and can simply be removed for aesthetic reasons. The blood spots are usually caused when a hen has experienced stress during the laying process, such as if a dog gets into the henhouse or if the hen just had a quarrel with her girlfriend across the way. Contrary to popular opinion, these spots do not indicate a fertilized eggs, as laying hens aren't exposed to males.
Originally Posted by gabbyh
"Is ice hockey hard? I don't know, you tell me. We need to have the strength and power of a football player, the stamina of a marathon runner and the concentration of a brain surgeon. But, we need to put all this together while moving at high speeds on a cold and slippery surface while 5 other guys use clubs to try and kill us. Oh, yeah, did I mention that this whole time we're standing on blades 1/8 of an inch thick. Is ice hockey hard? I don't know, you tell me. Next question."