Hello everyone, I'm hoping to get some help addressing some issues Im having with my newly laying hens. My flock of 4 started laying about 3 weeks ago now and for the most part it has gone well. They havn't really started a strict laying schedule but for the most part they each are laying about once every day or two. My issue is that I have suspected for awhile now that one or more of them have been eating some of the eggs. We found the flock eating one once and this morning I found the remnants of two shells in the coop. The shells were very rubbery almost like deflated balloons. I recently moved the flock into their permanent coop and they finally have proper nest boxes to use and they have been for the most part. But I am curious if they are laying more of these rubbery-type eggs and eating them and that may be why we aren't seeing that many eggs? One of them also laid an egg that had a very brittle shell. Would a brittle shell and a rubbery shell be caused by the same thing? Is it a calcium issue? Please feel free to provide any insight. Thanks in advance. Here is pic of their new permanent residence. Much better than the garage brooder.