I went to the coop the other day and found in a nesting box what looked like a very pale colored egg (slightly smaller than usual). Upon further inspection, it wasn't really an egg. No shell, it looked like someone had made a pie crust and rolled it up in the shape and size of an egg. It was fairly firm. I cut it open and it was solid, nothing liquid at all. You could see what resembled maybe what was going to be a yolk, in one end of it, a sort of separate sort of circular rings, slightly darker than the rest. And then just yesterday, I went in again and there was another one there. But this time, did NOT resemble and egg in shape, it really looked like a ball of pie crust dough, much smaller, same color, but not smoothly round, but mis-shapen. When i cut into this one could not distinguish the round "yolk". And no eggs from her in between the two doughy eggs. I think some in the flock are molting right now (in addition to the decrease in light) egg production is way down
So what could this be any ideas?? Has anyone seen this before? How worried should I be about this??