I have a BR that I think might be mixed with some sort of game. She lays the same color egg as a BR and other than 2 of my Games is the best little egg layer I have. No one is laying much at all and I noticed feathers all over, so OK molting. Anyway I put her and another hen in with one of my BCM roos. The other hens are huge and these two are a pain in the neck. That attack my games and try to run the place. At one time it was just the 2 of them in with my EE roo and both laid different color eggs and usually I had a tan egg and a white egg at the same time. OK, so she hasn't laid in 2 weeks. Only one egg since I moved her. Her and my other pain in the neck can't take on my bigger hens and are having to stay out of the way. My way of letting them know they can't pick on others. I check several times a day to make sure they are all OK and give treats and just hang out wayching them. This morning I was changing water and feeding and some of the hens came over to talk to me and I see the 2 bad girls on the roost. I noticed broken feathers that were not broken yesterday, so knew my roo had been a rough boy. I figured I should check them out and make sure they weren't hurt. The BR looked a little different to me, so I got closer. When I checked to make sure she wasn't hurt I found a big surprise. I have never heard of this happening, so decided to ask. Why does my hen suddenly have SPURS!???? She did not have them 2 weeks ago, because I checked them both out from head to toe to make sure I knew what they looked like before putting them in that pen, so I'd know if the others had done anything to them. I also use Vaseline occassionally to make sure no mites appear. There were no spurs. On my way to the dentist and hopefully there will be some answer to why this happened when I get back. What's going on with my hen?