I went out this morning to the coop to let the girls out for the day, after filling the feeder, filling the waterer with clean water and cleaning up the "morning poops" (some are as big as eggs!) I bent down to pick up my 1 year old Red Star Tallulah, as I picked her up, she started flapping and got away from me. I felt something warm and wet all over my feet, I thought that she probably had pooped on me, but when I looked down....I noticed it was egg yolk!! It wasn't that she laid an egg and it fell on the ground and splashed on me, it was just yolk.....nothing else. No shell, No white....just yolk. Not sure why. I've watched her all day, and she is acting normally, eating, drinking, foraging with the flock, scratching...This is the first time I've ever encountered this. Has anyone seen this before? Can you tell me what it is, and what should be done about it? Thanks!