I have two broody hens in my small goat shed. Their nesting boxes are on the storage side of the shed, where the goats and alpaca can't reach, but the hens can fly over the gate. Twice now I have found eggs from one of the nesting boxes on the floor on the animal-only side of the shed and tonight I found one in the shed and one outside on the ground. How are they getting there? I have one weird hen that seems to be stalking the broody girls. Can a hen tuck eggs under her wing and move them 15 feet? The broody hen was sitting on a wet mess, but not a single piece of a shell. The broken egg in the shed had an embryo, but the broken egg outside was totally dry. I am so confused. The alpaca spend much of their time in the shed. I can't imagine some predator crawling over them to get to the nesting boxes, but maybe so? But how do they move the eggs? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.