Hello, my little broody hen "Ginger" can't seem to lay her own normal egg. She only drops those premature eggs at night that break on the ground and have paper thin shells. Every morning I scopp them up while cleaning the poop. Now she is a young adult, not a pullet. She has laid a few healthy eggs before (the shells were still thin though). To try to help I have been giving her (and the other 4 birds) lots of calcium: oyster shell, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese. I always have those snacks sitting by the food. Their daily diet is pellets, corn, fruits, scratch, cheese, crickets or mealworms often. She has been sitting in the hen house a lot lately. Last night I had to remove her. She sits on another bird (Zena)'s brown egg. Its always the brown egg that she sits on, nobody else (There are 3 nests). She also moved all 4 golfballs into the one nest she broods on. Today I threw away the golfballs. They don't need them anymore. My question is why doesnt she grow out of laying these small premature eggs at night? She's 8-9 months old, like all the other birds. Everyone else lays perfect eggs. She is a Wyandotte-mix medium-sized hen. She's also the top bird, bossy and the leader. Strange. I'm worried about her health. We had one bird die this summer from a maggot infestation of a wound and we were heartbroken. So I worry a lot when I see anything different. She's the red-head on the video here (always first to run up) THANKS..