I originally posted about this problem Saturday in the egglaying and behavior section because at the time I didn't know I had a problem. Now I know I DO have a problem so I am moving my issue to this forum. I have a golden comet pullet that started laying Sept. 15 and has laid a perfect egg daily ever since. Saturday morning it appeared she dropped a shell-less egg during the night as it was right under her roosting spot sandwiched between several layers of poop. The next day she laid regular, and also on Monday and yesterday morning. Last night when I got home from work I went to lock them up and turn out their lights and I found her in the nest box with an egg white like material close by. This morning she was on the roost but in the nest box was this: All morning she has been listless and not eating. She is drinking. No change in diet or environment. No stress that I know of, and she usually has a habit of excess calcium on her shells. I called around for an hour this morning and cannot find a veterinarian anywhere that will see her (which is ridiculous considering the large farming community I am in), not even within a 100 mile radius. A receptionist at one of the places said it sounds like she is egg bound. If so, what steps can I take to help her (since a vet is out of the question), or does it sound like something else? She does not have parasites (I've not seen any), has a good diet, and is kept on ACV and herbs for her immune system.