I'm rehoming my Nora, who is just over two years old. She is a blue Ameraucana out of Cree Farms lines and is my bluest egg layer. I am overwhelmed with issues at the moment, just life in general plus some internal laying issues that seem to plague my hatchery stock (not Nora), and lately, Nora is having soft egg issues. She will lay an okay one, then a thin-shelled one that gets crushed in the nest. I don't have the time to give her individual attention in the form of making sure she gets daily calcium in order to fix the problem or I'd be happy to do so. I believe she is not hitting the calcium feeder and I do put it into the feed occasionally, but I just can't manage her at the moment. Nora is completely healthy otherwise, is somewhere in the molting process. She occasionally loves to be picked up, knows her name, etc. I feel that if she is supplemented with calcium daily, she may get over this issue and you'll have a really nice blue egg layer. She has been raised in a healthy, safe environment and I'd like her to go to the same. Pickup in Fannin Co., Ga.