I have a very mixed group of 10 hens. Three each of Rhode Island Reds, Black Orps and Delaware Pullet. We have One Golden sexlink (don't ask, two of the three turned out to be Roosters....they went bye bye). We got them all the same age in early March...they started laying in mid July....we have been getting 7-9 eggs a day since mid August.....happy about that. Tonight my husband went to shut them in the coop and the Golden was on the perch and had dropped TWO eggs...one with NO shell and one with a VERY soft, see through shell....you can see a membrain but very VERY thin shell.....the no shell one broke, the soft did not..... Why would this start 6 weeks after she would get laying, and is it common for them to have an OOppppssss at night? We also have a RIR that is a MAJOR brooder....how do we get her to stop brooding....she is almost a pound lighter than the others since she won't feed as much during the day. I have been taking her out of the layer box 5-8 times per day, moving her about 100 feet away and within 20 mintutes she want to sit again.....our production is dropped to about 6 eggs per day right now, so we don't think she is laying anymore and others are starting to slow....HELP!