As the title says, and a little back story. About a month ago my only EE started laying and we got 4 eggs from her. Then I built a new coop and locked her out of the coop she was using to lay in, because I turned it into a grow out coop for some smaller birds. She hadn't laid since then until I got a fairy egg yesterday that was pretty deformed (looked like a melted chocolate egg in a blue candy shell) in the new coop. This morning I go out to look for eggs, and she's back in the old coop (thanks stupid tortoise for wrecking it again!) and comes charging out with what I'm assuming is the egg she just laid in her mouth. (she's the only non-brown layer on line at the moment, and it wes definitely light blue) It looked pretty soft, so I'm thinking she's low on calcium for sure, but I'm more concerned about the egg eating. From what I've read, egg eaters are obviously bad, and I'm going to keep an eye on her and see if this is a fluke because she's down on calcium, or if she's a problem. What can I do to break her of this if it's a continuing issue? Thanks in advance for advice.