My new pullets are both laying since yesterday. Somehow they both are now laying in the morning despite it supposed to be taking 26hrs to make an egg? My question is, when we crack the girls eggs there seems to be additional water asside of the white of the egg? Is this normal or are we doing somethig wrong? Their eggs have been this way since they started laying. They are on lay mash, have access to shell grit and as we use their eggs we crush thier shells and mix them in with table scraps. The girls are primarily free range and we move their pen every two days for access to fresh grass. Anything here would be great. We didn't see this with the other hens. They laid well for us for five years before being put to pasture (dinner LOL) just couldn't tell the children that they ate their chickens LOL.