Can anyone help me with my little runt Tinkerbell? She survived a chicken coop fire when she was a few weeks old and was injured. She was close to not making it for many months -- but now she actually seems healthy and hungry and she's grown to almost normal size. I'm not certain it's her eggs -- but I'm pretty sure she is dropping them from her roost half the time. The shell is thin. the egg always cracks from the drop. I know she's not a "normal" healthy bird. I think sometimes she makes it into the nest and there is poop on her eggs, though the nests are clean and no one else has poops on their eggs. My 6 chickens have a large space plus they free range for about an hour or more a day. They have access to tons of earthworms in the yard. Could she need to be dewormed? She is about 4 months old. Everyone else seems very healthy and robust. I don't have enough experience to sort through the diversity of opinions on de-worming. Some never do it -- some do it 2x a year. I wanted to check here before I spend 50$ on valbezan, especially if it's not needed and especially if it may be too taxing for her. Super confused. I promised the family not to take the chickens to the vet when I took on this project. I do need to find a way to do this myself and with your help. Any thoughts?