This is a picture of my Wellsummers "Belle" (15 months) big egg. Her's are always huge and she is our smallest but oldest Hen. Hers always have some sort of white residue on them. Sometimes there is a blood spot in them as well. Other than that the shell is nice and hard and her eggs are JUMBO and a beautiful dark red brown color. My Buff Orpington "Lola" (10 months) lays a perfect large egg every time. My larger Buff Brahma, "Freckles" (10 months) lays pretty regular nice large eggs but have noticed a few times they come out with a bump or two like wart on them. and our smaller Buff Brahma (named "Pee Wee" because she is smaller than her twin also 10 months) lays smaller nice eggs, sometimes with a small ring shape around it and most recently this teeny tiny egg. Are these normal eggs or is there something wrong with my hens. And these are my Girls PeeWee, Freckles, Lola, Belle We found our lovely PeeWee dead yesterday. Very sudden. Let her out of the coop for the day at 7:30am and was leaving to run kids to school at 8. She was in the back driveway, no trauma, no feathers ruffled, no illness that we could detect. My only guess is sudden heart attack or egg bound issue? She is the one that layed the tiny eggs, would go up and down to the nesting boxes several times some days with nothing happening. I have no idea, new to this but it was a huge hit to us yesterday. She seemed very healthy. My daughter found her first, and carried her to us her neck was very limp so not sure if it was broken or if that is just natural with death. Didn't have it in me to inspect much further. Any idea's what she could have died so suddenly of at 10 months old???