So, My 1.5 year old Pekin has always laid great, hard-shelled eggs with no blemishes. Lately, her shells have been rough, thin, and full of calcium deposits or rough build up bumps. I always thought those bumps meant too much calcium. But then, thin shells meant not enough. She gets one to two servings of mazuri breeder feed in her pond a day, and then always has all flock feed with oyster shell on the side available. Today, she laid two eggs, one so thin, it cracked from her napping on her nest. Both full of hard spots. That’s unusual for her to lay two. But I am wondering if she is having a hard time absorbing the calcium? Any tips would be sooooo appreciated. I worry so much bout my little girl.