This site is fabulous! As a new chicken owner, I've read countless posts on feeding,coops,treats, etc....trying to understand my girls and how to keep them happy. Thank you everyone for all the great tips. I got my first 3 pullets on July, 13. 2 red rhodies and a black star. They were about a month away from laying. On july 16th, a drunk driver crashed through my fence and hit the coop head on. One of my rhodies was killed and the coop was destroyed. Amazingly two girls made it out alive. A new coop was built and the girls are finally settling in to life in the front yard, while the fence gets rebuilt. I had my heart set on 3 girls so I contacted the same farm and got a white rhodie. The other two girls seem set on killing her when I try to let them mingle, but the white rhodie has her own coop and run now, so I can slowly bring the flock together. The white rhodie has been laying perfect eggs since her first day here. The red rhodie laid her first egg this morning and I think she's getting too much calcium somehow. I'd like some advice on it though.