Hi all, I had mystery egg destruction that wasn't happening consistently so I got wooden eggs as suggested and it seemed to solve the issue, until a week or so ago when I saw another egg destroyed. Today I pulled an egg that had a really soft part of the shell (picture) and I'm thinking that's why the eggs were getting destroyed, they simply were soft and broke. I'm also getting ones that have a distinctive white bumpy color and texture overlaying the shell on a regular basis (two pictures, top and bottom of egg). I still only get one egg a day (occasionally none) from 2 Rhode Island Red hens that are approximately 2 years old. You'd think they'd both lay. I adopted them nearly 3 months ago so they've had plenty of time to acclimate. I feed Layena crumble that I blend oyster shell in for added calcium, scratch grains, and what I call "chicken salad" consisting of organic spring mix lettuces, kale, and baby spinach all packed in suet cages. They devour them daily. Any insight would be appreciated!