Howdy everybody, We have a 15 month old Easter Egger (Rose) who has been a very consistent layer since she started laying last summer. I am going to start by saying, I forgot to get a picture of her eggs as I thought it was a fluke! On Monday, I got an egg from her that was laid on the floor and more elongated than usual, but not grossly. The egg also looked like it had an extra membrane that was dried and rolled in places on its outer shell. Tuesday night at bedtime, she dropped a shell-less egg from the roost bar. Wednesday, she didn't lay an egg. This morning, she was in the nest boxes trying to lay her egg with 2 incredibly determined hens who wouldn't leave her be. I stayed in the coop until she laid it and tried to keep the other 2 away from her. When she laid the egg, someone pecked at it (she also may have tried to roll it under herself) and the next thing I knew, there was busted egg all over the nest box. When I picked it up, it had a very, very thin shell that had a ton of tiny cracks all over it.. almost like it hadn't completely received the outer shell. She is acting completely normal; eating, drinking, bathing, clucking, etc. She has access to free-choice oyster shell and is fed a flock raiser formula crumble along with everyone else. Does this sound like anything I need to be super concerned with?