I added 2 new nesting boxes on Friday afternoon. Saturday, one of my girls, Daisy, laid her egg on the ground. I picked it up, placed it in one of the new boxes to encourage some of the girls to try one, and later when I went back to gather them, her egg had been crushed. I don't think any of my hens were trying to eat it. I actually am supposing that it was accidently crushed by my roo, Beakman who had been in that same box earlier that day scratching around, rounding out the nest and clucking his approval that it was ready for the girls. (My lighter roo, Optimus did the same with the other new nest and is typically the only one to inspect the nests. In the past I have only added one nest at a time though.) Today when I went to gather eggs, Daisy's again was on the ground. Some of the other hens had laid in the new boxes and some in the old, but not Daisy's. It was whole though. Is there a reason Daisy has suddenly started laying eggs on the ground? Today was the second day in a row. She has NEVER done this before. Jas has done it once, a long time ago, but I can't remember if it was around the same time I introduced a new nest box. If anyone has had a similar experience, I would really appreciate the input!