My chicken quit laying eggs a few months ago when she started molting. It seemed like forever, but I no longer see any dropped feathers and her poop is normal as well as her behavior (excepts that she seems always hungry attacking my feet and hands- she had never done this before. But, this week she started laying eggs again. The first one was the shape and size of a pecan--Not her usual large egg. And since that egg- Everyone has been broken, thin shelled and something smushy and yellow inside unlike a yolk and more like a watery yellow piece of cornbread. The second egg looked the same but like two baby eggs- dime size attached to the top of the pecan sized egg and shell so thin it was smushed and yucky. The next four have just been gush. One a day- but never reembling an egg. Not sure now if they are eggs or something else coming out of her. She is choosing to lay them outside of her nest and just randomly by her food dish. She eats and drinks well. Gurgles when she drings though. I can hear it bubble down her tummy as she swallows. Should I be concerned? I am but I have learned to be patient with my chicken. She is almost 1 1/2 years old. Not sure what type. Black with a purple sheen to her and lays brown eggs.