I have 3 pullets who are egg laying age. (23 weeks or so.) 2 Delawares and a RIR. 2 of the chickens (I don't know which) are laying eggs. This evening I found the 2 Delawares eating what looked like the insides of an egg mixed in with a large poop, they seemed to be picking the "egg" out and trying to not eat the poop. It was sort of late so the colors were hard to discern but I'm pretty sure there was a yolk and there was a lot of clear liquid the consistency of albumen. There was nothing that looked like even a partial or soft shell anywhere near the poop. Is it relatively "normal" for pullet to make something that looks like that when she first starts laying? Is this anything I should be concerned with? (the combined poop and "egg," not the egg eating behavior.) thanks in advance.