One of my newbies laid two soft eggs in their run tonight, right on the ground where they spend most of their time (this makes 5 eggs in 1 day, a new record for my flock!). Unfortunately I didn't notice until I was locking them up for the night, and they were already squashed, though still mostly clean, yokes in tact. So my question is, how should I clean this up when this happens? I figure they can eat the eggs right? So I sprinkled some meal worms on top as I left, figuring they'll clean up the eggs for me. But now my husband thinks that will train them to eat their own eggs. Is this a bad idea? Also in the morning, if they haven't eaten the remains should I just hose it down and lay some new bedding? One egg was in front of their pool, the other near where they eat. What's the best way to ensure it all stays clean and healthy in there?