Audrey is her name. And she's an internal egg layer. Being an owner of RSLs (Red Sex Links) since 2007 I've figured that each one that I've had, has had an issue with the "egg department" . My first two hens were RSLs and after they were done with egglaying, they each died within months of each other. They were both shy of 3 yrs old. Not long enough in my book. Now I have 7 hens, 2 of which are RSLs - Tallulah & Audrey. Tallulah (the boss chicken) is fine but her eggs have never been right, (too big - thin egg shells - no shell just yucky egg stuff etc) But she's OK otherwise, Audrey on the other hand has major issues. In the past she would drop an egg glop with no shell or just not lay an egg. She never sat in the nest. Lately her abdomen has been expanding and she's doing the classic penguin walk. I know her situation is not good. They are both just 2 yrs old. They all have free access to oyster shell and get the required 16% of protein with their food plus other goodies that are good protein. The other 5 girls are fine, no issues. Audrey has not gotten up on a roost in the past 6 mos. I have to make a nest area for her on the floor of the coop. Besides her problems, she seems to enjoy life for what it's worth and even gives a poke to a young hen that tries to take her cheese (you go girl ) Sometimes her breathing looks difficult, but she rests a lot and carries on. The other hens give her a lot of respect - she's the unofficial 2nd in command. My question - Is there anything else I can do for her? Any ideas that I might not know of - I would greatly appreciate it. I'm not sure she'll make it before the winter, but..........If I can make her life more lovely I would appreciate any other hints from you guys. Thanks so much.