My hubby does most of our breakfast cooking, and about a month ago he pointed out some tiny little egg-like things, in a clump, in the white of an Easter Egger egg he'd just cracked. I thought perhaps spiders had been in the cupboards and the eggs were inside the cup he used to crack the eggs into. We brushed it off. Well, last night it happened again. It was before I got home so I didn't see (he cracked the eggs directly on the griddle and decided to cook and discard the nasty one). He's color blind, so doesn't trust his color descriptions, but thought they were probably gray like the last ones. The egg-things are a little smaller than pin heads. These, too, were in an Easter Egger's eggs (same girl's?). One of my hens has been laying eggs with large calcium deposits (I think) on the outside of the shells, big ol' lumps. Any ideas what could be going on here? Does she have some sort of ailment, parasite, etc., or is this some shade of normal? It's quite disturbing, and I'm hoping they're not inside the eggs I'm selling to my co-workers (I only sell the nice looking ones, not lumpy, cracked or otherwise odd-looking, but I have no idea what might be lurking in the whites). I have seen a couple Easter Egger eggs with cloudy looking egg whites over the past couple months, too, but it's never consistent, so I didn't think much of it. Am I missing something big here? Thanks!