Effie laid her very first egg three or four days ago. Alas it was a freaky shelless one with the yolk on the OUTSIDE. I now this is common in first-time layers so I kept a watch on her and was relieved when she laid her first normal, beautiful egg yesterday.
However this morning I found another shelless affair, again with a yolk on the outside - AND one on the inside - of the membrane. I am a bit concerned in that she laid a normal egg yesterday and then this one in the night. Is this normal? She appears normal - is on layer feed and is offered oyster shell (though none of my chickens are interested in it?).
Effie is a Black Australorp. Should I be worried she could have egg peritontis?