Augh...i thought i posted this but ooops.... so here goes again! Im missing 2 of my broodies eggs. Gone, simply gone. (this is the D'uccle that i posted pics of yesterday, jinxed myself!). She had 5 eggs last night/ I went out this morning and she was only sitting on 4 eggs.....this afternoon I went out. On first glance no eggs in the nest (and it is a mess), broody is in the next nest over sitting on nothing. One egg is on the floor in front of the nest. After looking through the mess in the nest i found 2 more eggs buried under shavings. I raked through the coop and nothing. No shells nothing. Then I got to thinking, the oyster shells were empty....so i refilled it. 2 of my girls went at it like it was a treat. Is this a coincidence? Or were they lacking the calcium and ate the eggs, shells n all??? And if they ate the eggs, they were on day 11. Will they get sick? Will there eggs be contaminated????