I am refering to eggs of hens who has had fish meal supplemented in their food. Used to look upon it as a pretty unnatural way for hens to get their O3, but after moving and not having access to a quality pastured eggs anymore, I find myself looking upon it as a alternative. I was quite impressed with the first dozen I bough; nice big orange yolks, sturdy shells, good taste.
The O3 content obviously improves greatly with this feeding regime, but my question is; does the O6 content change? The ratio is surely more favorable regardless, but for someone who is really keeping a eye on their O6 intake due to inflammatory issues, does it change?
I realize that this differs depending on many variables; amount of fish meal added, feed in regular, lifestyle factors etc, but any general reflections/inputs would be highly appreciated!