I have 4 feathered friends - 2 Rhode Island Reds and 2 Golden Comets. They are 24 weeks old. On December 1st, our first egg appeared. And every day since, one of the girls has left us a gift. Today, I opened the coop door and found a RIR squatting on the nest infront of an egg. When I picked up the egg, it was stone cold. Did Rosie lay the egg or was she just checking out what her sister left behind earlier in the morning? Is it possible I disturbed her process? I closed the door quickly, however; when I went into the run to give the girls their morning treat, she was out the coop door and eager to start eating the yogurt. How can I discover *who* is laying these eggs without isolating them from each other? And does it really matter? LOL!