So my Delaware hen/pullet (dunno what to call her) had been laying pretty consistently from Feb to about mid March when she laid a shell-less egg. I didn't think much of it as I heard that is common in new layers. She ended up laying a couple more and one day I found her by herself outside the coop not looking very healthy. When she went was on the roost and I was closing up the coop I heard a splash and thought someone had a really watery poo. I looked and there was a shell-less egg on the floor right underneath her. I felt better because I thought she would get better. I haven't had a real egg from her for about 2 or 2 1/2 weeks. Another hen/pullet just did the same behavior as the other except I found the membrane sticking out of her vent. It was rather long, maybe 3 or 4 inches with some sort of inch long ball on the end with gooey stuff in it. Could it be a type of parasite? I feed layer mash and they free range all day with as much water and feed as they like. Tonight I have started supplementing oyster shell in case they need more calcium. I don't know if maybe the Delaware has a a hidden nest or not because at the peak I got 5 eggs one day and today I got 2 and 3 is a good day. I really would appreciate ANY help even if you think it sounds dumb or its a long shot.