So let me explain that in the past week or so, Central Florida has had very hot and very humid weather. My hens do not free range. They have been delivering eggs pretty regularly. So this afternoon, I found this in the older (about 11month old, not molting yet) hens' nest area. Thought is was feces, but the color was that of the brown eggs. Now, they have been a little lethargic, but eating the layer crumbles, varied veggies and fruits, and crickets, but not so much as to ignore their main meal of crumbles. In the second pic, I cut it in half. It felt like a hot dog being cut, and there are little formations. No smell. just felt like a gummy blob. So do any of you think it could be too much water in the magnum?; the uterus did not give out shell? all because of weather? No major stressors, my ISA browns do not scare easily. Should I try to ease the temp with a fan? (they live in a 10X10 chain link area fortified with chicken wire and tarps. (ha! finally beat the squirrels)!