As you know, I have Suede, my Blue Orp cockerel, in a pen with my Lt Brahma, Buff Brahma and Velvet, the Blue Orp pullet. Miranda, the Lt. Brahma, has been laying for three weeks or so, every day, a normal, although small egg. She did it again first thing this morning. Velvet is 25 weeks old and the Buff Brahma is a few days younger, and I've not had an egg from either one of them. Till tonight. Tonight when I go to lock them inside for the night, out in the pen on the ground I find an egg. A double yolked egg with white, but no membrane and no shell. It was like it was cracked into a frying pan, just laying on the ground. I assume it belongs to Velvet since her comb and wattles are red and she's older than the Buff Brahma. I upended both of them and see nothing wrong, no crushed shell hanging out or anything. They have feed with calcium plus free choice crushed eggshells and limestone calcium in a dish, which I see them eat all the time, so it shouldn't be a feed problem. Can this just be the weirdest first pullet egg in history? Just a weird, shelless, membraneless egg? In all the time I've raised chickens, I've only once had an egg without a shell, but this one had no membrane, either! Never saw that before! Do you think there's a problem? Should I just keep an eye on her? Any input would be appreciated.