Just switchin' over to the new board! One of my hens suddenly started laying soft shelled eggs. The first time, the door to the coop had been blown closed, and she laid it on top of the outside of the nest box. I figured she was stressed about not being able to get to the nest and that would account for the soft egg. But she did the same thing the next day, and the door was secured open. Since then, I have twice found remnants of soft shelled eggs on the floor of the coop under the roost. She hasn't laid any normal eggs since the first soft one, and none in the nest. This morning she did get in the nest and try to lay, even though she had already laid a soft egg under the roost last night or early this morning. She, along with my other 3 hens, has always had nice, thick shells. I have read about calcium deficiency causing soft shells, but all of a sudden? And only one chicken? They eat Layena, occasional kitchen scraps, and have free roam of my backyard for grass, and bugs. Any ideas/advice? Thanks!