Hawk, my EE girl usually lays a very nice dark green egg every day or two. But lately (The past 5-6 days) she's been laying soft-shelled eggs, heck, no shell. Just a tough green membrane. Not even in the nest box but somewhere around the run. She is a new layer though, started a month ago. The others enjoy this, since they break the membrane and gobble the yolk up everytime, though they don't bother the daily normal eggs. I was gone for 4 days, and during this time all 5 ate nothing but 16% layer (With 4% calcium) and any bug that wandered in. When I got back I found around 3 dried up membranes. It has me worried since she hasn't laid a normal egg for a several days. They are let out for several hours a day if the weather permits, get a nightly handful of oyster shell scattered on the ground, the regular layer, bananas, cheese, spinach, and other fruit. This has been their regular diet for 2 months and all eggs have been perfect up until now. Is this just a kink in her egg laying, or something I should be more worrid about? Her behavior is jsut fine.