We had a single chick hatch on April 4th (or late the night of the 3rd). Dad was an ameracauna, mom unknown since we had a couple of hens fighting over who got to hatch the eggs. The chick is being raised by her momma, in the flock, not separated out (with mom) like we normally do with a larger clutch. I went on a long trip recently and left my husband in charge, and he didn't realize I was feeding starter/grower to everyone while the chick was little and he fed them all laying pellets for the 3 weeks I was gone and the 1 week I've been back and he's still been in charge. They mostly free range, but have 24/7 access to commercial feed, oyster shell grit, and get treats usually every other day (sunflower seeds, meal worms, or fresh fruits/vegetables). Today I found a tiny egg in the nest. I'm worried! This is way too young. Did we do irreversible damage to our young pullet by feeding her laying pellets? Anything I can/should do now? Any words of wisdom are much appreciated. Thank you!