I've posted about my pullet Scarlet before but here I am again. Scarlet has a bad habit of laying soft-shelled eggs overnight. We've been giving calcium citrate pills and that seems to be helping but it still happens every now and then. The other day she popped out two shell-less eggs overnight, pretty typical of her. Then when we went to collect eggs at the end of the day we had five eggs with strong, solid shells. My issue is that we only have five pullets which means that even after the two overnight Scarlet managed to lay and put a shell on another egg. The next morning when we went to let the girls out of the coop we found another shell-less egg beneath where Scarlet roosts (she's the only one that sleeps on the bottom roost so we know for a fact it was her). She's been laying for a little over two months now so I don't think it's just her still getting the hang of it but I was just wondering if anyone knew what would cause her to lay so many eggs. She's otherwise healthy and none of our other girl have any issues.