I just purchased a trio of Sebastopols from a lady near here. They are beautiful and I am thrilled. On the way from her house to mine (2 hour drive), one of them layed an egg. About 2 hours after arrival, I had them penned in my 8 ft x 8 ft goose brooder prior to taking them out to the rest of the animals and another egg was layed. The first egg was perfect. The second egg had a very thin shell. My question, can stress from moving from one farm to another cause a goose to lay an "early" egg. Or, might this be one of her first eggs? They are now with the rest of the animals, have shelter, food, grit and oyster shell and seem to be settling in nicely. They are grazing on the grass and talking. Thanks in advance for your help.