Hi everyone. Yet another question from me! I've come home today to find in my nesting box, one egg plus a pile of soggy yellow wood shavings. They smell like yolk and the colour is like yolk. I can't see any white and there's no shell around or even any of the membrane that I can see. One recently was sick and had antibiotics and they have both been getting wormed (last day today! Woohoo). Do you think this is the cause? They free range for about 3 hours per day on weekdays and probably 8 hours per day on the weekend. I have a bowl of grit in their coop but I did just check it and its a bit low (but not empty). Their coop has about 2mx 2m of grass/dirt in it, so they always have access to that. We don't really know the origins of either chicken, so it could be that one is just getting old, but they both lay eggs most days. Any ideas? From what. Could see of the shell-less eggs, they usually have a membrane, but I can't see that anywhere, it's just a pile of yolky wood shavings.