Hi, Sorry to be graphic but that was the scene here this evening. My red hen, see photo, has been fine until this evening, or maybe today, I was not with them today as it rained this morning and I was out this afternoon. I went out this evening to pick up poop and hang with the hens, and Big Red did not coming running to me as she usually does. She was quiet, and standing still and alone. Her poop was runny and had some bubbles in it. She is normally a good layer, lays regularly first thing in the morning, laid one this morning. Last week she laid a huge, double-yolked egg. This evening, when it started to get dark, she did not go to the coop, so I picked her up and put her in the hen house. She came out immediately and crouched down in the grass and laid a soft egg. She immediately ate the soft shell and some of the yolk and white, the others were eating the yolk also. Then there was yolk and white coming out of her behind. I looked online and saw that because of the soft shell she might be deficient in calcium (the feed store guy said there is oyster shell in the laying feed and I didn't need to supplement), so I broke up a fresh egg shell and she ate most of it ravenously. When it started to get really dark, I put her back in the hen house and she went up on the roost and stayed. But the others must have been plucking at her rear, because there was a scuffle, but they finally settled down. I can't think of anything different today except the rain this morning, and I gave her a few strawberry tops this morning. My neighbor who gave me Red said he has fed them to her before and no problem. Sorry to ramble on, wanted to include everything I thought was relevant. I am fairly new to having hens and this is my first post on here. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions! I will try to get her in to a vet in the morning, but just want to do whatever I can in the meantime. Just worried, I guess. I love my hens.