Thanks for the link. Looking at the picture, my eggs don't look that flat! I got this idea of watery eggs from a link I checked out last night on Yahoo. The title said something like white eggs versus brown eggs. So I was curious to see what they said. It all checked out okay when they said there wasn't any difference. Seems it was a typical Yahoo title that grabs your attention! But the article did mention something about watery whites and that those eggs get a B grade. It peaked my curiosity. I know ammonia could start to be a problem if it isn't already. They have been in the same 12 x 6 pen since November although it's very well ventilated.