Hi folks, I apologize if this is covered elsewhere and mods please feel free to move or merge this. Our black javas are just beginning to lay. The first couple eggs were intact but weird and thin shelled but of the six or so eggs laid, all but those first couple eggs have broken. So, being that they are new layers, should I be concerned about the thin shells yet? Our birds are free ranging all day but we do also feed layer pellets, cracked corn, ground egg shells, fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as other food scraps. We have other hens laying and a turkey as well with very nice thick shells. I've read on here of a number of folks feeding much more than we do with game bird feed and grains and other things too but is that primary with penned birds that aren't free ranging? I appreciate and am open to any advice, thank you!