I placed three wooden eggs in the nest boxes a few weeks ago. They are a bit larger than the average eggs I get, but I was having trouble with one hen's egg always being crushed and someone suggested it. OK, so the three eggs are each in a different nest box (total 14 nest boxes, and I placed them in three of the most used boxes). Everything is fine for several days. As a matter of fact, no crushed eggs. But that's not the mystery. Yesterday I go out to feed and find one of the wood eggs in the run! There are no predators, no missing chickens, no missing eggs. One or more of these hens had to somehow kick the egg out of the nest, and I can accept that much. But then, it would have to carry it UP a ramp, across the mini-tunnel and out into the run... Here is pic of inside of coop and ramp to go out: And here is picture of the outside, where I found the egg on the ground, about 10 feet away from the coop opening: Someone tell me how they did it, please!!!???