We have a flock of 30 RIR's. I just took over chicken duty and noticed that the shells are not what they should be. Mottled, extra calcium coating (some look whitewashed), wrinkling, and little "nipples" on them. Plus I have had two in a week that were shell-less! From the research I have done, I think it could be one of two things. But help me here! Maybe it is too much calcium. Maybe it is infectious bronchitis. I really have no idea. The eggs have been looking better since they have been able to free range and forage lately. Leads me to the too much calcium idea... Thank you for any help you can give!