Just went out to check chickens after dark. Found an egg laying in the nest box without a shell and without the outer layer. Looks like I cracked an egg on the bedding in the nest box just like you would to fry it. Found one yesterday that had a thin shell-less layer in the same nest box. Few days ago found a shell-less egg with thin layer in the same next box. There are 5 chickens in the coop and have been getting eggs from several weeks from them (not sure if from all of them). Thought they all had started laying. They hatched in April of this year. Seem to be finding these later in the day or even after dark. Does anyone know what is happening? I know that chickens will often lay a shell-less egg when they first start laying but did not know they could lay an egg without the outer layer (just yolk and white).