I've got 4 different pens of pheasants, Silvers, Red Goldens and 2 pens of Lady Amhearst. The Red Goldens have never ate an egg, the Silvers eat them if I don't grap them instantly and one pen of the Amhearst eat their eggs the minute they lay them, the other older Amhearst never eat theirs. I can't figure out why they are doing this. They all have nice size pens, plenty of room, I feed them purina gamebird breeder and give them alot of extra treats, lettuce, celery, watermellon. etc. and they even have purina flock blocks to peck at. It is so aggravating to see broken eggs that have been ate. They do have nice private nest boxes to lay in-they are somewhat like a long barrel, laid lenght wise on the ground with pine shaving in them. about 2 feet long so the hens can get back in them and hide to lay the eggs. Anybody have any ideas on why they are doing this?