Yesterday, I posted about a weird egg that we got. It was lighter in color, and had a window, in it if you will, that had a real thin part over it, and when you turned the egg, inside the "window" looked like air bubbles, in a honeycomb pattern, and the circle around the window was wrinkled. Then the other egg we got, had calcifications on it, like pimples. Those two we know were from our two white rocks. The third egg yesterday was from our red star and that was fine. Today we got the red star's egg, which looked normal, and one of the white rocks, that has more calcifications on it than yesterday. I am VERY worried that this may be infectious bronchitis, as I have heard some sneezing, but no one as of yet has any discharge from their eyes, or anything. I had noticed some watery poop a couple of days ago though. Also, they have only been laying for two weeks as of yesterday, but always had perfect-looking eggs except for day 2, when we had one shell-less egg. Do you think I have Infectious Bronchitis in my flock? Will they survive it if we do? Can this disease harm us????? Should we NOT eat any of their eggs, in case they have this? What should we do????? PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!