I have an easter egger who hatched in early April that started laying eggs in late Sept. She laid about 15 eggs and then there was a problem with one egg. It was cracked and there was what looked to be yolk on the outside of it. That egg was laid on the roost where the hens typically sleep. I thought perhaps one of the other pullets had cracked the egg or that they needed oyster shell more than I had been giving them. I let the hens out to free range later that day (without propping the coop door open so she could get into her box to lay if she needed to) and caught her standing over a yolk that she laid. Ever since then she hasn't laid another egg. It has been over two weeks. She is her regular self, doesn't appear to be waddling, and there aren't any eggs that feel like they are stuck inside of her. We have two Wyandottes (hatched April 28). One of them is laying nearly every day and the other hasn't started laying yet. This incident with the ee happened about 2 or 3 days after the Wyandotte began laying. I am wondering if the coop isn't large enough or of there is something else that might be causing the delayed/non-existent laying. I've searched other threads and haven't found anything about this specifically. Any help would be appreciated. THANK YOU!