I have no idea what I'm doing wrong, my husband will freak out if I have to start buying eggs again! I have a total of 28 hens. Let me start by saying that at least 12 are juveniles, I expect nothing from them for months. I have a few, maybe 6-8 that are legitimately in different stages of molt. The problem is, we were getting 10 a day, I can't figure out what changed. I DID see roundworms about 2 weeks ago, but it was in one poop, I examined many more and have since seen nothing, but that is only in the chicken house. They free range during the day, get locked in at around 6:30pm. They are very well taken care of, get a lot of cooked veggie scraps from our waste, eat a nice diet of forgage and I have food in their feeder, just in case. The food is a blend I cam up with myself, but it has a minimum of 22% fat, 17% protein, and I supplement with oyster shells and fish meal powder. They look good, except for the ladies in molt. The water is fresh every day, and I wormed them via the water the day after I saw the worms. I see an egg everyday with a very thin membrane that has usually broke open, someone lays it early in the morning before they go outside. I live in upstate NY, days are getting darker but, so far, weather has been pretty mild. I have a mix of RR's, Salmon Favoerelles, RSL's, and Golden Comets. WHAT is going on?? Is it normal this time of yera in the northeast for egg production to dip?