So, my girls behavior started changing. I was getting 3 eggs a day (I have three 29 week old Isa Browns). They were noticeably different egg sizes so I figured it was one from each. I would occasionally only get 2 eggs a day but usually 3. Three or four weeks ago it started to vary more - two eggs some days, three another. A few weeks ago we got a day with only one egg. Since, we have had random 1 egg days, with mostly 2 eggs. Around that same time we would find the very occasional egg in the run (3 in total over the last 30 days) and one on the coop floor. Then, Friday I found what appears to be crushed eggs in the nesting boxes: Is someone eating eggs possibly? Also, about the same time, they started kicking the straw I used as bedding out of the nesting boxes. They do it as fast as I can put it in. I do use sand on the floor of the coop and run, not sure if that's relevant. Any ideas on what I can do to figure out why they are acting differently. And what can I do to check out who laying and who isn't. I may have to do a weekend morning stakeout... I actually put a camera in there last weekend, but the signal isn't strong enough to connect to my wireless network. I was going to watch them and see if I could see anything, but so far that hasn't worked. I haven't found any more shells or egg mess since then, but eggs have been 2 per day all weekend and today.