I have found about 6 eggs without shells in the past week or so. I cook the ones I find up for the hens, but I've found 2 others broken on the bottom of the coop, 2 skins of the eggs in their run (probably eaten) and 2-3 that I've found intact. I have a sneaking suspicion that it's my one EE who is new to laying eggs. I've found 2 eggs with shells by her, and they're a lovely aqua-green. I figured it might have been my brown leghorn who just started laying after a month hiatus, or my BO who hasn't been laying as often. However, the leghorn laid an egg this morning, the BO is in the nesting box right now laying, and there was another shell-less egg on the bottom of the coop next to the box. My hens are 6.5 months old, and I have 4. The (mostly) Ameraucana hasn't started laying yet, and doesn't even squat yet when you go to pick her up like the others. When the BO and Brown Leghorn started laying, I maybe got 2 shell-less eggs from each of them tops. I am concerned that maybe the EE is not getting enough nutrients or something along those lines. They eat organic layer feed, dried meal worms (about a handful a day scattered on the ground, scrambled or hardboiled eggs, and any eggshells we have. They also get fruits and veggies here and there (I try to give them something fun every day), and have access to grass when I let them out of their 400+ sq ft run (daily). Am I doing something wrong? Are they getting enough nutrients? Or is it normal for new layers to lay eggs without shells frequently? The EE 1 regular egg Thursday, shell-less egg Friday, regular egg yesterday, and shell-less today.