There's been a lot of news about the current egg recall. It is no surprise that industrially grown chickens/eggs are creating sickness.
Eggs bought locally from a farmer don't have the risk of salmonella poisoning like conventionally grown eggs. When eggs are laid they have a natural protective coating that has them last longer without spoiling and, more importantly, it provides a natural immunity to the egg making it far less likely to pass on salmonella. Now the state of Florida doesn't believe that. They require every egg sold for human consumption in Florida to be washed in a chlorine solution — taking away the healthy protection. So then the egg becomes at risk of salmonella, especially if laid in an industrial setting.