I wasn't expecting them to start for another month but I found an egg on a bale of hay and because of the red feather, I knew it was my New Hampshire Red. Imagine my surprise when I saw my Black Sexlink up on the top of the hay stack and scaled the bales stacked 6 high only to find a nest of 13 eggs!! If they are all hers which I think they must be because the NH is laying in a different spot, she would have started 2 weeks ago at 15 weeks! This is so much fun, every day is like an Easter egg hunt BTW, the eggs are small but I expect they'll get bigger as the girls mature. Also, after I cleaned out the 13 eggs, the next day, there was one of those icky shelless ones. Why would she lay normal egss and then all of a sudden a shelless one? I'm getting some oyster shell today.