age also is an issue so how old are they? If they were already adults when you first got them then they may be having problems with shooting blanks, if you got them as chicks and then started to hatch eggs when they started laying then they should still be ok. Are you feeding them a breeder ration?(I'm assuming so but it doesn't hurt to ask, if you don't I'm not judging there are people that give a regular ration and they end up will all perfectly healthy chicks, it is more of a personal choice)
The black roo is prob just under 2 years and the blue roo just over 2 years, maybe closer to 3 years so they definitely aren't too old to breed. What would be a good breeder ration? I give them reg layer pellets and weekly bread, veggies, and scrambled eggs. Should I add higher protein chick finisher(non-med of course)?
Could it possibly be the fluff on their under sides? I posted a thread in another section but here is more specifically for Sumatras so maybe someone else has had to pluck or clip the feathers around the vents. Anyone here solve a prob like this with that method?
Edited by dsfrango - 3/30/16 at 10:00am