I have two miniature horses, Blondie and Syd. For some reason, several of my free-ranging hens prefer to lay their eggs in one corner of Syd's stall. This hadn't been a problem until recently. Normally, I pull several eggs per day out of that stall, but for the last week, I haven't gotten any. I suspected an egg-eating chicken, so I was keeping a pretty close eye on the stall. When I put Syd in to feed her this morning, I saw one white egg in the corner, and made a mental note to get it when I let her out. When I let Syd out, the egg was being hidden by another hen that had moved in to make her contribution, so I left her alone, intending to get both eggs when she left the stall. A few minutes later, I heard her squawking. It wasn't the egg song, it sounded more like an alarm call. When I went to check the stall, I found Blondie in there, slurping up the contents of two broken eggs! I couldn't believe it! Has anyone ever heard of a horse doing this? My horses and goats get to use the stalls as run-in shelters most of the time, I guess I'll close the door to that one for the time being. Anybody have any suggestions on what else I can try?