Good morning! I have an egg mystery on my hands and I wonder if anyone can tell me the solution. I have four hens that I bought two weeks ago. One a bit over a year old coming out of her first molt, three that are 4 months old. And this morning I went out to refill their feed and had TWO EGGS! Yippee, my first eggs! But now I wonder - how did I get two eggs? Sure, the one hen coming out of molt can lay an egg, no problem. But it's supposed to be physically impossible to lay two in one day - especially impossible to lay two in 14 hours. Right? But there were no eggs yesterday evening when I shut them in the coop. I know there weren't, I was physically inside the coop picking out the parts of some plants that they had refused to eat that day. Chickens don't bury and then uncover their eggs, do they? The three young hens still have tiny pink combs and pale faces. Aren't the combs supposed to get red and larger before the pullet starts to lay? Any theories? I'm just curious, I'm going to thoroughly enjoy these two eggs no matter what!