I have 7 26 week old pullets. 6 of them are laying. Due to a series of lucky events, I've been able to determine who is laying and who isn't. The sixth layer is either a partridge rock (Misty) or a welsumer (Lisbeth). I believe it to be the Misty since the eggs are a light brown. Over the last couple of weeks I have found 5 or 6 soft shelled eggs broken or crushed in the shavings under the roost. Some of them have "shells" that are sort of papery and some seem to have no shells at all. I suspect that the Welsumer is laying these from the roost. I checked last night after they were settled in, and the ss egg in the shavings this morning was under where she was roosting when I went to bed. Is there hope that her laying machinery will straighted out? I'm concerned that one of them will get tangled up inside her and cause a prolapse or something equally bad. Does anyone have any experience with new layers laying this was for a while?