I went to check on the chickens just after dark, around 5.30pm. I had left them locked in the coop today because I suspected that they were hiding eggs in the yard (now I don't think so) I found two cold Leghorn eggs in the box, as usual --- but my Queenie (red sexlink) had a warm egg under her spot on the roost. It had sawdust stuck to it on the side it was laying on, so I guess she laid it from the roost and the sawdust stuck before it dried. It was a normal egg, brown and round like she always lays -- just that she laid it after dark. On my way out I reached through the fence to turn off my fluorescent shop light that I use until I get everything hardwired -- and the darn thing shocked me! grrrr! I always suspected I might get it from some of my rigged up homeade contraptions, not a relatively new storebought light. Should I be concerned about her laying schedule? As a side note, my springy-feeling bedding of sawdust (wetted pine pellets, re-dried out) is springy enough to catch an egg dropped from 3ft up without breaking it.