I have fourteen hens and one rooster. They have a coop with eight nesting boxes and a run. We've had them for a little over six months now, and they've been laying for a few weeks. Yesterday we had twelve eggs for the first time, but one of the hens ate one of the blue eggs. (We have two Ameraucanas.) I only know it was one of seven rhode island reds. The egg was in a nesting box that six chickens all used yesterday! It seemed like they were especially noisy yesterday, and I'm imagining they were fighting over the one nesting box. (The other six eggs we found laying around the floor and the run.) Should I try putting some of them in another box? I don't know if this is a dietary thing maybe or is it a territorial thing? Should I identify her and put her in my cooking pot? The feed we are using is supposed to be a complete formula for egg laying chickens. We also give them a brick of seeds and stuff every couple of weeks, and scraps from the kitchen. A little enlightenment on what I should do in this situation would be helpful. Thanks in advance!