I bought 2 hens (BLRWs) on May 1st, so over 2 months ago. I bought them from a nearby reputable hatchery. I was told they were 18 months old. They both laid a single egg their first day with me, and haven't laid since. They have a great life, nice coop, nice run, free ranging all day, getting treats, etc. Let me say I KNOW they aren't laying. The eggs aren't getting eaten by predators, and they aren't hiding them. I know this because I am out there with them pretty much all day, watching what they do. I have two other good layers, and I see them laying every day and collect the eggs. They are free ranging in my small backyard, so hiding ain't happening. I really can't justify keeping hens that aren't laying. Would you hold on to them a bit longer, and chalk the non-laying up to the heat, stress, etc? Or should I, um, "say goodbye" and get some more reliable layers? Just looking for advice/input. Anyone heard of hens going this long without laying due to a move?