I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but our chickens aren't ones for privacy when they are laying. They have a total of 6 nesting boxes to choose from, but most days I find about 80% of the eggs in one box. It is not the same box every day... I'm guessing there is a leader who chooses the box for the day, lays the first egg, then goes and tells everyone else which box they need to lay in if they want to be part of the in-crowd. There are always a few rebels, and I think they are probably the ones who have to wait patiently behind while the boss eats the best leaves from the cabbages and weeds we feed them.
Yesterday I went to check the eggs and found the above scene - 5 completely empty boxes and one box with 3 chickens and 9 eggs in it. I have no idea how they manage to lay like this, but they do and somehow they never break any of the eggs in the process. Perhaps I should observe them more closely and see if they get a few more chickens in there at one time so I can enter them into the Guinness book of records!