I have an approximately 9 month old blue andalusian pullet named Tonya Harding. She, I'm 99% certain, does not lay eggs anymore - she had a brief stint back in September/October of laying sporadically a few times a week. Since it's been cold the past few months I haven't really seen her leave the coop (know that I also work >40 hours per week, so sometimes I don't see them since the nights are still long). However, I've seen some shocking behavior from her. She fights with my rooster. She's growing SPURS! I've been on "vacation" (ok, hatch-cation) the past week and I've been seeing more of the girls. Today I was in the coop stalking the nest boxes trying to get warm eggs for someone who wants some of my eggs for hatching. I noticed Tonya jump up a few times on the nest box perch looking in the boxes. She jumped into one that didn't have anything it it and started scratching around. I shooed her out. Then one of my black star pullets went into a nest and laid an egg. As soon as she stuck her head out of the nest box Tonya grabbed her by the back of her neck with her beak and threw her out of the box. I then threw Tonya out of the coop at that point, and got the egg. At the same time that this was happening in one of the upper levels a white leghorn had just sit down to nest. I went inside, made breakfast, and then came outside. When I got outside the leghorn was out of the nestbox but Tonya was in it. There was no leghorn egg, but no mess that I could see from a broken/eaten egg. I subsequently grabbed Tonya and put her in a cage in my basement for some jail time. What do you think is going on with this girl?! She's a sweet girl to me, she loves to sit on my lap and be cuddled and petted.