My chickens started laying eggs last week and everything was fine. It's been raining heavy for two days, chickens getting wet, doesn't seem to bother them, they have access to coop to be dry. But today (a.m.) I went egg checking and they both layed a wet egg mess each. I took them out and cleaned up, they acted fine most of the day. Then Ruby layed an egg yolk in the run and had trouble getting rid of the white part and part of the soft shell. I let her out to get some fresh air and excercise and she was straining to get the other part out. I used a paper towel to slowly tug out the part she was trying to get out, (without prolapsing) I got it out and it was like the inner film of the eggshell part ( I think!!) ewww, but she was so releived and went foraging, and seemed OK. Was this the right thing to do? She is acting fine, and was tucked in OK tonight. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Also, the other one (Pearl Anne) was foraging around and kinda barfed up some clear liquid (water?) but acted normal and went about her business before bedtime (sound familiar to anyone?) Do I have to worry?! HALP!