On saturday I was trying to catch a rooster for culling as he had a very very horrible and loud crow. It tried to get inside the coop where the hens lay eggs. Its a 5'x 8' room with a door on the front side where the hens go in and come out. I closed the door before he could get in. That door is the only way in and out. Then **** happened. In the heat of thr battle, I forgot to open the door. There were five hens inside. On sunday, I went to collect the eggs and did not notice as the egg door hatch is on the back side. I was busy with the newly hatched chicks. Was in a hurry. Today when I went to collect the eggs and noticed eggs on the ground just infront of the entrance. That was the time when I realized what had happened. I rushed to open the door but I was too late. I keep water in the main cage only and not in the laying area. It was a horrible seen. I sweated with shock and could not believe my self. I raised them with so much care and love. I cant believe I committed such a mistake. I am very very sad and depressed. I cant sleep due to the guilt that it was my fault. But I did not intentionally do it. It was just a mistake. Guys plz plz be careful with your livestock. Never let a situation like this happen to you. I just cannot forgive my self.