Hi All, Any help you can give me on this subject would be really appreciated! I have a 2 year old BSL hen that always stops laying from August-March. Last year when it happened I figured it was because she was doing her first slow 18 month molt. But then I realized that she wasn't even molting- she didn't drop 1 feather until closer to the winter. I have ruled out most of the other obvious non laying causes, predators, stress, secret nest, mites and lice. Her two siblings my BR and EE are laying nicely with the obvious ebbs and flow of the seasons/molt and I am starting to wonder if she is either egg deficient or if she is not getting enough nutrition from the feed? (is every hen built different?) I was thinking of switching up her diet, they currently get an organic non soy (which I know that causes limited production in general, but if the other two are laying at a good clip- why wouldn't she?) pellet food for layers. I provide calcium and limited mealworm treats 3-4 times a week. They get veggie scraps 3 times a week as well. They are by no means eating more treats than food. Every now and then she will lay in this slow period (once every 6-8 weeks) Thanks for any / all advise as to how I can get her laying more naturally- would hate to find out she is nutrition deficient.