So much great advice here! I have flock of 6 22 week old pullets (hatched very close to 4/1). They are not laying yet. Happy, healthy, get along well, plenty of run space. My question is, in y'all's experience, are they likely to lay very little or none over the winter if they aren't laying by now? I wasn't planning on using light in winter (in this for the long haul with them and won't be eating them most likely) but saw another post that got me thinking. Would a couple of hours extra light now jump start them for the fall and keep them laying (at least a bit) over the winter? Or is it a toss up either way? Sure would be nice not to be feeding them for a year with zero eggs, ack. We are in Midwest, sunrise at 6:30, sunset at 7:30 now.