So, we have 12 hens., hatched Feb 28. Fed chicken feed. Large run, lots of shade and water. occasional grass range in a small area. We also have 2 roosters. 3 Dark Brown Leghorn: as far as we can tell, maybe 2 are laying. We seem to get one white egg about every other day, sometime a cream egg too. 1 Black Jersey Giant. Face and comb just getting pink/slightly red. Till recently she was all black, including comb! So, it will be awhile. 3 BA: all have layed eggs, but one is broody and just received baby chicks, another is toying with being broody. 2 EE: both lay green eggs 1 SLW: seems to be laying 2BR: also seem to be laying and are they ever grumpy in that nest box...reach in at your own risk! But they are not broody, they do leave the nest on their own. However, we are only getting max 6 eggs a day, sometimes 4. We can say we should have 10 layers at this point (excluding broody and the BJG). What are your thoughts on the non-laying DBL? And the fact that the DBLs are not laying much anyway. No hidden nests. Run is easy to see everywhere. The roosters are Black Jersey Giant and Black Australorp. The BA is the head honcho and the BJG stays out of his way generally, but will be in close proximity to the BA at times and has started to try to mate the hens without attracting the attention of the BA rooster, but not sure how “successful” he’s been. The BA rooster seems to pick on at least one DBL, but we do know they are all eating. The BA rooster seems to monitor one of the feed stations and will chase some hens away, but there is a second feed station available and he does not seem to patrol that one. So at this age, I am surprised our egg yields seem low.