My three girls have been with me since May. All are laying great with exception of the EE who went on strike in July. At that time, she was growing out her tail feathers, so I chalked up energy devoted to her growth spurt than laying. Since then, I've receive a few rubber eggs from her, especially in the last three weeks, I found two - one of which had three yolks! Judging from the color of the eggs, it's from my EE. This morning, I found a tiny egg, which I think is from the EE. The other two laid normal size eggs yesterday, of which one gave me another egg today. In the last month, I started giving them cayenne pepper and garlic with their oatmeal treat (offer three times a week). Also, I added some Calcium along with B12 for the EE. Is it common for a layer to start up her cycle with a tiny egg? I'm hoping it's a sign that the calcium is working for the EE. I'm not seeing out of the unusual with them.