We are new to the whole business (personal business, not selling or anything!) of chickens...and we have three girls and three boys. Two of our girls are laying...one that I think is a Rhode Island Red (we purchased the six as "rainbow layers", so it's a guess!). Her first few eggs were decent in size, not oddly shaped or anything...but, for the past eight days, she has layed one egg a day, and each one is a double-yolked egg. They are only slightly bigger than her first few were. Is this something that I should be concerned over? I don't mind having the extra yolks, honestly, but I want to make sure this isn't a condition I should be concerned over for Ozzy, our hen. We feed them natural vegetarian pellet feed, fresh fruit and veggie scraps, and whatever they get off the land, as they are in a tractor. Thanks!