So, I have a pullet, 8 months old, Heitage English Orpington. She's been laying about a month. The first couple of eggs seemed normal, but each one since then has had the same oddities. For one, the egg always has a slightly flattened appearance as if someone squished it a bit. Secondly, it always has a dark spot typically near the rounded end. Then on the other side it typically has a spot that has a little bit of white, seems a bit bumpy, and is thinner and easier to crack at that point. Her eggs are strangely fragile, if I close my hand on it I can usually easily break it. She eats chicken food, non-medicated, with kelp, probiotics, DE, and a omega egg maker. She has access to crushed oyster shell and crushed gravel in separate containers. She gets vitamins for poultry in her water three times a week and poultry probiotics in the water one time a week. She has always had a messy bum, which has gotten worse. Noticed a bit of redness on her bum. I've treated her bum and vent with yeast infection meds, dewormer her, and given her vitamin d. I see her eating plenty of oystershell. She is not freerange but my run has 35 Square feet per chicken with plenty of interesting things to climb on or hide under. She also has access to cabbage and veggie scraps. I'll include some photos of her egg. Any ideas about this? It is so fragile that her egg typically breaks in the nest box If I do not get to it in time. I'm worried about an egg breaking inside of her because they are so fragile. It's very hard to show the flattened shape in the photos for some reason. Also just FYI, I have a closed flock and they are all healthy with the exception of this girl.