I have a crested cream legbar, Trixie, 10 months old. She came into laying beautiful blue eggs last winter. Good layer, almost egg a day with strong shells. Two months ago I looked out the window and saw her, standing still and looking down. Very still, which as you all know is weird. I went out to her and saw that her fluffy butt was dirty and stained and I wondered if she had either had an egg break inside or was egg bound. Went to the internet to see what I could find to help and settled on a warm, slightly acidic (ACV) water bath for her bum and some lubricant around the vent. The following day she laid her egg and I thought, cool! All is well. But after this episode she laid several soft shelled eggs over the course of ten days or so. Now she only lays an egg occasionally. Bumpy and thin shelled eggs. Don't get me wrong, I don't care about the **** egg. She's a great bird and I don't care if she never lays another egg but I wonder if this is anything anyone can relate to or tell me about. She's fine, she eats and drinks well and is allowed free range anywhere from four to eight hours a day. She gets on well with her coop mates (2 roos and 11 hens). She is offered oyster shell and grit, gets BOSS and occasional cabbage and other greens. I feed extra eggs back on occasion as well, scrambled and mixed with some homemade yogurt. Everyone else in the flock is fine, no parasites, etc. Has anyone else had an experience like this?