Hi guys. I have been trying to figure this one out for awhile now and I am ashamed to say that I am stumped: My grandparent's Easter Egger lays eggs with HUGE calcium deposits on them. They are so big I am actually surprise the poor girl hasn't hurt herself trying to lay those eggs. She is the only one that does this. The other three chickens all lay normal eggs with an occasional tiny deposit. The only thing I could think of is maybe she is eating more than the other girls? Other than that I am baffled...which is kind of embarrassing since I am a Pre-Vet student who wants to specialize in poultry. Its just never happened to me before so I just don't know! Any input on this would be great. My grandparents are looking forward to hearing about it!