In the past week or so, we've gotten some eggs that were pure soup when they were cracked in the skillet. I crack the egg and everything falls out as if it were water. The yolks don't seem to have any sort of division from the whites... it's just runny as a river. At first I thought that it was because the egg was from a "found" nest cause my girls free range all day and I've found a couple of nests in the woods. I candled the eggs before deeming them edible and putting them in the fridge. But the last 2 eggs that poured from the shells were taken from under the hen right after she layed them, and it wasn't the same hen in both instances.
I'm wondering if the heat might be a factor in causing the eggs to look like soup when you crack them?
For over a year now we've been getting wonderful eggs from our girls. DH has been loving having a couple of fresh eggs for breakfast and in fact, has lost 65 lbs since he started having breakfast every morning instead of a cup of coffee on the run!