Salmonella. Yes, eggs can carry this bacterium. Eating raw eggs, therefore, increases your chances of acquiring the salmonella bacterium.
YES !! An egg can become contaminated from salmonella bacteria in the chicken’s reproductive tract before a shell even forms. The same passageway that excretes feces is the one that excretes eggs – so the outer shell can be contaminated. Bacteria can also enter the pores of an eggshell after the egg is laid. .