She was hiding them on me!
They were behind the nesting boxes. I only really noticed because she was trying to get back there to lay when I was in the chook house the other day. Funny girl!
Today we did a big renovate in the chook house (again). We took out the table, which worked great while there was only a few chooks, but isn't working so well now. We've put the roosts up by themselves and moved the nest boxes under the window.
I'll have to show you a picture tomorrow. I think it should make cleaning them out a little easier, since we'll be introducing the 3 araucana girls and 1 isa cross girl into the pen soon. They're 17 weeks old already! So that will make 13 chooks sharing sleeping quarters, and they certainly make a lot of fertiliser! I don't mind, but anything to make cleaning easier is more than welcome.