Over a year ago, I finished our 8x12 mobile coop. I made 6 rollout nesting boxes with milk crates and paint pans for the 19 hens. Everything was fine for a while but we'd find an egg outside underneath the coop once in a while. No big deal. Then we integrated about 45 pullets(we've sold 30 of them now)a while back and swapped them from free ranging to electric netting about the same time. Somewhere along the line they slowly quit laying in the nesting boxes, a couple of hens went broody, and now they're eating eggs. I think they're only eating the ones that get broken but we noticed a few days ago that some will peck at them in the basket. Today I got one egg from the boxes, 11 under the coop and two just laying out on the ground in plain view. They only thing that has changed with feed is that there's some grower in there that's closer to the ground to make it harder for the hens to eat. I'm using one 164' section of netting but let them out within a couple of hours of sunrise. I thought about adding curtains over the nesting boxes. This may help but I'm afraid the problem is too serious for that to cure. Please help, these things are driving me crazy!