I live in Louisiana, and I had 3 broody hens that had about 18 eggs between them. We marked them with hearts to be sure to leave them there. One hen was in a wheelbarrow filled with hay. Four nights ago, the wheelbarrow was completely empty where something threw all the hay out and ate some of the eggs. The hen moved under the wheelbarrow and sat on the eggs that had been thrown out of the wheelbarrow. I put all the hay back in the wheelbarrow, and left her alone underneath. Today, there was only one egg left under her and all the hay was thrown out again. There are no shells, and the only evidence is the other eggs have dried sticky egg stuff on them. I was thinking snake, but I don't think snakes throw hay out of a wheelbarrow nightly. Possums usually leave the eggs and the hay and go for the hens, but no hens are missing. Does anyone have any idea what could be doing this?