My 1-year-old silver laced Wyandotte, Arrow, is having some issues! I've been noticing over the last couple weeks some raw egg in the nesting boxes occasionally. At first I thought they were being broken, but I noticed at some point that there were no shells. But I had no way of knowing which hen was responsible. Yesterday morning I noticed an egg on the ground in the run, it seems a bit thin, but not too abnormal. At the time, only two chickens were in the run, and one of them is a blue egg layer, so now I knew it was from Arrow. Later on in the afternoon, we were outside with the hens, when all of a sudden, Arrow passed the contents of an entire egg without the shell. I could see she was trying to pass something else, so I gloved up and pulled out a small piece of soft shell from her cloaca. While I was there, I did a gentle "rectal" exam, but couldn't feel anything else. I have seem them lay these soft shelled eggs before, they are usually a fluke. Today she is still acting like she wants to pass something, she has runny material leaking from her cloaca, (possibly fecal/urine/egg white) and it's contracting. looking back, I think maybe she was laying soft eggs and the shells were being eaten. It is worth mentioning that I do have oyster shell out, they are on layer feed and I toss them their own egg shells to peck at. She seems a bit slower but is still pecking around. Any guesses?