Hi everyone! My 13-month-old Welsummer has been laying rubber eggs for most of her laying life. I can count on one hand the number of normal eggs she has laid. She has been otherwise fine and normal acting, no obvious problems. I offer a bowl of oyster shell in addition to their layer feed, along with occasional ground up egg shells. She free ranges on over 1.5 acres every day with her 3 sisters from dawn to dusk, but she dId lose 2 of her sisters within a month of each other a couple of months ago from probable fatty liver syndrome. We also had a delayed spring this year, with winter weather and cold temps that lasted well into April. All four hens seem to get along fine, no pecking or bullying observed. As i was changing the water in their waterers this afternoon I noticed her acting oddly and i observed what appeared to be clear watery diarrhea coming out of her. She drank quite a bit of water after that and then laid down under a tree with her butt kind of up in the air. Her eyes were closed and she kind of did a head shake-type movement. When I checked on her a little later she was up and walking around with her sisters, pecking for food and preening. I went to wash their feeder and add fresh feed and she didn't seem interested. Instead she went into the coop to roost (@7:30pm, still light out) again with her butt pointed up. I was in the middle of raking grass clippings in their hen yard so I finished that and checked on her again. This time, her tail feathers were pointed down. I did my best to get a hold of her to check her vent; she never has liked to be handled. She had some dry poop below the vent and maybe a bald spot but no evidence of prolapse. So my question is could she be egg bound even though she produces rubber eggs? I'll be taking her to the vet in the morning but tonight i am seeking guidance from those who are more experienced. Could a shell-less egg break inside and cause her symptoms? I checked her crop as well, it was squishy. I am worried that a shell-less egg broke inside of her. Any insight would be most appreciated!