I use the litter-box type board under my roost, with the Sweet PDZ in it. Last night when I was scooping, I noticed what I assumed was 2 soft shelled eggs all dried up. Wasn’t sure, so I went on with my business. This morning when I let the girls out of the coop, I looked and there were three very soft shelled eggs sitting in the PDZ. I’m assuming that these eggs are falling out of the girls when they’re roosting. The shells were so soft that there is no way they were carrying them out of the nest box, up to the roost. They were broken, but I’m not sure if they were eaten. I hope not, because I don’t want to have to deal with that. I did put out oyster shell yesterday. I hadn’t had that out yet, because they seemed to be getting enough calcium in their feed, as the eggs I have been getting have had nice shells on them. I had thought only two hens were laying, my Speckled Sussex and my Easter Egger. Now I know at least four of the six are, because none of the three this morning were from my EE. Do you think once the shells start hardening, they will use the nest box? The two that have been laying have been using it with no problems.