Just wondering: I have 7 Wyandottes from a hatchery, 2 years & 3 months old. One has not laid an egg since she molted last winter, I just let her free-load, but finally today butchered her. There were no signs of any eggs, not the tiny eraser-size blobs, nothing. I could find nothing that even looked like a reproductive system! If she had not laid her first year I'd have thought she was born sterile. These girls first year of laying we had at least 4 or 5 100% days, so she had to have laid a little. Anyone know what happens in a case like this? She was very healthy & completely normal otherwise and had beautiful feathers as the rooster ignored her completely. She was fatty, but I expected that since she wasn't using her reserve to make eggs. Thanks for input if anyone else has seen this!