Have you ever seen a soft egg?... check it out!
These eggs are laid with an incomplete shell, sometimes just a thin layer of calcium. Potential causes could be;
These are more common with chicks who are just coming into lay. This happens when more than one yolk matures and gets released at the same time. It's been rumored as many as 9 yolks have been found in a single egg. Here we've have had several of our girls lay these 'twins.' We find sometimes they may not lay the next day. This photo shows two of the 3 eggs are much larger and slightly elongated but still perfectly fine to eat.
These eggs have an extra, powdery layer of calcium, covering either the entire egg, or just one end of the egg. Looks like a white coating, almost chalk like. This is rather common so see some degree of this. Causes can include;
Spots or speckles can be either brown or white in color. They may appear similar to calcium deposits, except the speckles are more distinctive vs evenly coated throughout. Speckles may or may not be pigmented. Speckles can happen for a number of reasons very few interpret a problem.Some birds lay them occasionally and some consistently Some of the causes are: