We have 2 laying hens and two 3 month old pullets. The pullets stay to one side of the yard where we have the growth crumbles. The other side of the yard I keep the layer pellets. I have oyster shells available on both sides of the yard, but we are almost a week again with shelless eggs again. everyone has access to the whole yard but the younsters have no clue there is a food zone on the other side of the big grassy yard. Treats were the problem before so I started adding shells to the treats and that solved the problem. Now the hens prefer to the crumbles to the layer pellets and are not getting calcium again. I know they are SUPPOSE to be smart enough to eat the shells, but mine missed that memo. Suggestions?