I don't know where to start. I was out tending my chickens. I was coming by my Oriental Game pen and my white hen had something weird looking under her tail. She looked like she was messy but I didn't remember her having that going on. As I looked closer, there was a white mass in the middle. She was on the perch. AND LAYING AN EGG!!!!! It would if she laid it up there. I quickly opened the door and with the roo sitting beside her and pecking me I held my hand underneath her and caught the egg. Now that is fresh! Yesterday, my two girls came to me and said she had laid an egg up there and the rest of the hens ate it after it hit the ground. I thought of course, she had laid the egg and I had some egg eaters since I just moved them all in together. This is a Yokohama pair. I have my bator already going so I think I will let it set for a day then add it to the bator. Somehow, I think that just may be a very SPECIAL egg. If she laid everyday, (which she doesn't) that was a 1 in 17280th chance since there is 86,400 seconds in a day and this all occurred in about 5 seconds. Has anyone every had this happened? How can I convince my Yokohama hen to never do this again?