I was watering my birds this morning and thought I'd check the nesting box. Well, I opened the lid and there was a completely shelless egg!! These hens are all seasoned layers and I feed 21% layer mash with calcium AND free choice oyster shell. The six hens and my roo get about a cup to a cup and a half of grain a day (wheat, corn or buckwheat). I noticed a wet spot about 5" in diameter on the floor of the coop the other day, but didn't think much about it until this. There was no membrane at all...it looked like someone picked up the egg and cracked it open then poured the yolk and white right into the straw in the nesting box. I picked it up and threw it out so they wouldn't eat it. Any idea why this may have happened and what should I do if it continues?