Hi y'all! I tried searching the forums for an answer but had trouble finding anything that fit this scenario. Today we found three eggs in a corner of the chicken coop, all of the same type, and one of them with blood on the outside. The three eggs seem to be from the same chicken. They were in the same place and look very similar. They all look healthy with a hard shell. Here's why I think they're from the same chicken. I have: 15 RIR (or Production Red) pullets and 1 Golden Comet pullet, none of which have start laying. 3 EE pullets: one lays blue almost daily, one has laid two green eggs and we haven't seen any more from her, and supposedly one lays pink eggs. 1 Brahma hen (1 or 2 years) that I have not seen any eggs from since I got her, but that doesn't mean she isn't laying somewhere. 1 Welsummer (1 or 2 years) that I suspect I have gotten a few eggs from, in that same place in the coop. The eggs I found were three spotted eggs, I suspect are from the Welsummer. Here's the issue… I check in that spot in the coop daily, and haven't seen any eggs there lately (in several weeks). Today my husband found three in that spot and said they were pretty noticeable and doubts we overlooked them, especially because it's only been a few days since we stirred the pine shavings. Is it possible the same chicken laid all three today? We check for eggs every night when we do a head count and I did not see any last night. All of my chickens are acting normal (definitely not acting egg-bound) and I don't see any blood on any of them. Any other thoughts?