Most of my layers are ex-battery. When we got them, their eggs were soft shelled or really fragile and had the palest yolks I had ever seen. It was almost like they weren't given any decent food prior to the bi-annual cull this guy has scheduled. Now the eggs are slightly better, after almost a month of free ranging and calcium supplement. They get 16% layer crumbles plus all the table scraps we produce. When will the eggs taste like real country eggs? Anyone have experience with rescued battery hens?