One of my daughters Ameraucana pullets was egg bound today. I took her into the vet (lost the last egg bound hen we had). The vet found a soft, shellless egg. The egg ended up breaking but the contents and the soft shell-less egg came right out. We washed up the hen and took her home. She ate a bit of scrambled egg when she got home. She has been in the bathroom with a small heater going since noon. She has had no more interest in food but has been drinking like a fish! I put vitamin/electrolytes in the water. She has had several very large poops, all milky watery looking. I am thinking that it is good that she is drinking, just wish she would eat a little to firm up her poops. I think we will keep he inside for the night to keep her warm and less stressed. She has been in the house before for baths so she does not get too stressed about it. She is fluffed up and seems to like the warmth, she perks up when we come in but still is fluffy. Any ideas on how they progress after being egg bound.