Curious if anyone else has had this issue and if so how does it happen/how do we fix it?
Three days ago I went to get the eggs for the morning (we check twice daily, once at breakfast and once when we close them up for the day) and found a giant puddle of yuck in the box. It looked literally like someone had smashed an egg in the box except there were no shell fragments or anything from the membrane of the egg or anything. I hoped it was a fluke but it has happened again yesterday and today. Its hard to pin down who it is "laying" it because our girls moved around the different boxes. We have two Buff's, two Brahma's, two production reds, two spotted Sussexes, two black Austrolorps (sp?), and one silver Wynnadotte. I've checked out everyone's backside for tell tale signs and saw nothing but a little bit of normal poo stuck to feathers here and there. Anyone else ever have this issue???
its hard to see on the shavings but the left side there is yellow shmegma that looks very much like yolk and then the rest is clear fluid.
Edited by williampiel - 1/15/16 at 9:06am