Hi everybody. I am fairly new to chicken keeping (since December) and this is my first post on BYC, although I've been coming here often for advice and info (thank you). Here's my situation: last week when I cleaned the coop I noticed 2 dried piles of what looked like dried yolk. When I put the droppings in my empty winter garden, the hens ate them (the yellow things) so I thought, a flukey couple shell-less eggs. I've been checking the roost every day and everything has looked normal until yesterday when there was 2 piles of yellow watery liquid. So I've been trying to research what this could be without much luck, and now today there is what is obviously a shell-less egg under the roost along with another couple piles of egg-like substance. Today is also the first day that any of my 7 hens have behaved abnormally - my black Australorp is very lethargic - droopy eyes, staying in one place, holding her head close to her body, tail feathers twitching somewhat, and all her feathers seem kind of puffed out. Can any of you please shed some light on what might be happening? I've called the only local vet that treats chickens and their only poultry vet is out until Monday. Any helpful comments welcome, thank you!