I have a RIR hen that at the beginning of this year just started laying. I got her in Dec and she was about 6-7 months and roughly started laying eggs about 4 weeks after I got her. In the beginning when she started laying her eggs were normal (meaning egg shell thickness). Now she is laying very thin shelled eggs. All my birds do get free choice oyster shell along w/ their regular feed. What would cause her to lay thin shelled eggs. There is one hen I have that has laid this year 3 double yolkers, not sure if it is this hen that is laying the thin shelled eggs, but I think it is. What would cause thin shelled eggs? They are fed and organic feed, and I have no other hens (have 13 total) and none of them are laying thin shelled eggs. So not sure it would be their diet since I am not having problems w/ thin shelled eggs w/ anyone else. Any input on this would be greatly appreciated.
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