Sometimes hens get it into their bird brain to lay anywhere but in the laying box. To stop this, remove any eggs immediately and place some plastic eggs (you can buy these from pet shops or rural supply stores) or golf balls in the box where you want her to lay. Make sure there is a deep layer of straw and the laying box is dark and private to encourage her to lay. true bantam meaning that there is not a fullsized version too. It is one of the oldest British breeds of bantam, having been developed in the 19th century. This plucky little bird is not much bigger than a pigeon and has lovely black-tipped feathers of either white or brown. Keep it for eye candy rather than for laying as it may only lay one egg a week.
Never put animal faeces into the worm farm. Not only could it spread diseases but if the animal has been recently wormed could it kill all your worms.