What I have suspected is true. At least I think it is. A few of my girls started laying a few weeks ago. I was getting two a day. One green, one brown. Every day or so I wasn't getting a brown one. It's been about 4 or 5 days now since I've gotten a brown egg. I firgured she just stopped for some reason. But today I was checking the nest box and found yolk on the straw. I'm assuming it's from the brown eggs. The green ones aren't eaten since it's always in the box first thing in the morning, but I'm guessing the brown layer is later and I'm not home to go out there and snatch it up. Any tips on how to break this habbit? I cleaned out the nest boxes, and put some golf balls in there so if they try to peck, they'll get a surprise. They aren't out to free range lately with the two feet of snow on the ground and all the hawks in the area. So they are confined to their run and coop, but have more than plenty of room. But they sure do miss their free range time. Any tips??