Hey everyone! I'm in need of some advice. So, lets start at the beginning, I have had silver laced bantam wyandottes for a couple years now. I started with a pair, then later in the year i bought 8 more pairs. I kept back one male from the 4 i bought, then i sold the rest to friends and family. I later sold a couple hens before breeding season, I then had a nice group of them to breed off. I raised a nice group that i was so very proud of, I picked and chose what i wanted to keep. I ended up with 2 hens from the 8 i bought, then 2 pullets i raised, plus a rooster from the 8 and a cockerel i raised. That was last year (2019). I wasn't getting fertility off the cockerel, and the group I had with my big male had fertility but the eggs would die a few days in or close to hatching. I was not sure what was wrong with them, their coop was right beside my whites and the whites raised 30! I tried and tried the silver laced but finally on my last hatch I had one egg of 2 pip, the chick was healthy and great. The chick ended up passing away. I did not raise any silver laced last year. We know have our first eggs this year in the incubator, they have been in there for about 4 days. I have 2 hens that i raised one female out of the 8 and a male out of the 8, that's my breeding group for silver laced. My eldest female is 3, she was pretty rough all year but starting to come around now, I have another hen that is an okay bird and layed a couple eggs that are in the incubator right now. I then have one of my favourites, a wicked silver laced hen who is the real eye catcher. She has never laid a normal egg though, all of her eggs till today have been golf ball round and small, the eggs never hatch. Today i went out to make a late night check and to shut off the lights, I found her egg bound. Shes been egg bound a few times considering its always a round egg, tonight was different though. I helped her pass the egg, it was cracked inside of her, and they eggshell was soft. I don't know what to do to help her lay normal eggs. I have changed her feed and everything else i can think of. If anyone knows what to do to help her id love the advice. Stay safe! Love you all!