I have a 7 month old Golden Comet that started laying on Sept. 15 and has laid a perfect egg EVERY single day since. By perfect I mean large, thick shell, no deformities other than some excess calcium spots on the shell. This morning when I woke them up to feed and water them I turned on the lights and she was in the nest box, which is not unusual, but when I let them out an hour later I noticed she had not laid an egg, which IS unusual for her. Just now I was cleaning the coop and came across a shattered egg or egg yolk that had a thin light tan membrane around it and was sandwiched between several layers of poop. It was directly under where she roosted last night. She is acting normal so far. The only diet change is less grass/grazing thanks to the time of year, and since Thanksgiving they've been getting a little leftover turkey once a day. Is this just a fluke? Could this be egg peritonitis or egg bound? If so what can I do or what other signs should I look for? She is very tame and can be handled easily so if there is any examination I should do on her please let me know! Thanks in advance.