Ok, I have my 4 pullets that around 22 weeks old and no eggs yet. They have access to all the feed they want thanks to the great bucket feeder design that I read about on this forum and constant fresh water. I have my row of X-Mas lights strung up on a timer that gets them 14 hrs of daylight. I have a milk crate turned on it side with hay and a golf ball and small pan that is about the size of the a milk crate just shallower also filled with hay and a golf ball. They are in my feed room in my barn so it gets plenty of air circulation. I have been feeding them kale, broccoli leaves, and a few collard leaves from my fall garden as well as random worms, crickets, grasshoppers, etc that I can find and give to them. They free ranged for a couple hours last weekend, but that is about all they have been outside. I have noticed in the last couple days they have gotten a little more flighty in the coop. The want to flutter around all over the place. No aggressive behavior towards each other or anything, they just seem a little more agitated. I understand they mature at different points and you can't pinpoint when they will start to lay, but is there anything I am missing or might do differently to get them started? Or, is nature just going to take its course.