I noticed my Buff O (named Claire by my 4 year old daughter) was not laying eggs about a week ago and I noticed a soft shell egg sticking out of her vent. I was able to gently pull it out. Having dealt with soft shell eggs before I started supplementing the entire flock with bowls of crumbles, grit, oystershells and yogurt or milk. Yesterday I saw that Claire was trying to lay an egg yesterday for a few hours. She was making quite a bit of noise with her egg song but still no egg. So this morning I grab her and take her inside to let her warm up and later in the day I would give her the humidity treatment to help her pass whatever. I came back this afternoon and found this in the cage. It is medium size egg. There was nothing interesting on the inside. Upon closer examination of the cage there is evidence of another egg on the floor, yolk and egg white but no shell. Could she had been backed up with 2 eggs? I wonder what came first? No shell or the mountain range shell? For now Claire will stay inside until I get another egg. I wonder what I will get next.