I'm getting a soft shell egg laid on the board below the roosts just about every other day now. I suspect it is my Polish hen. The four Red Stars have been laying for a few weeks now, and while I occasionally will get one of them laying from the roost, it's always a nice, hard shell. The Dominiques have started as well, but those eggs are consistently in the nest boxes, still pullet size, a lighter brown than the Stars and again, good hard shells. The reasons I suspect the Polish are: 1) I'm pretty sure the others are all laying and I think I've identified their eggs. Those are all good hard shells, and almost always in the nest boxes, and 2) the Polish is always the last one off the roosts, sometimes an hour or so after the others have gone outside when the pop door opens, and this soft shell egg is always on the board, never the floor or in a box. They have oyster shell free choice in the run, and I crush up and feed the eggshells back to them, as well. Is there something else I can do, or is it likely to be something that will correct itself as she matures? Or am I just going to get soft shells from this one? Now, I did not get the two Polish for eggs (good thing, as one turned out to be a rooster! ), so it's not really a big deal, but there is a mess to clean up every time she (whoever she is) lays one of these. Any ideas?