I have two turkey hens. Broad breasted. They are laying like mad (26 eggs in the last week). That’s okay because I only have broad breasted toms and know the chance of a successful breeding is slim to none. I have them on a mix of 15% grower (1/2) and 16% layer (a little over 1/4) and 18% game bird because they’re in a winter molt (a little less than 1/4 of their ration) and fresh bananas daily or whatever else I may pick up that day. They are going on 26 weeks this week. I know young birds can have rubber eggs when they start laying. I found two - two days in a row. It was laid far from the nest that the two hens have been taking turns laying and sitting. I also took in a broad breasted white hen but the Tom doesn’t like her so she steers clear of where the rubber eggs were laid otherwise I’d think she laid them because she came to me very malnourished a few weeks ago. But the Tom statys near where the rubber eggs were laid. There was also two normal eggs laid in this area of the coop. All three hens have access to the area. My biggest question is this: I read it’s normal for young hens to lay a rubber egg when they start laying but that if it continues to happen it’s indicative of a problem. Is one two days ina row uncommon for 27 week old hens? Also, with the ground snow covered in Wisconsin they don’t have access to grit. Should I be feeding oyster shells for egg production and grit for that matter and if so- should it be free fed? Can the toms have it too? Or should I provide something else for grit? Or is the all flock food sufficient for the grit? Thanks to anyone in the community who may choose to help me here. There’s a ton of conflicting info out there about turkeys and providing grit.