I have three golden comet pullets in a big pen with 2 easter-egger hens. The goldens are about 26 weeks now and there have been absolutely no eggs from them. Since this breed seems to mature early, it seems like they should have been laying a long time ago. They don't free range because we have too many predators (last year we lost three in a couple of months so got these three this spring to replace them) but they do have a very roomy pen and a spacious coop with two nest boxes. For some reason, they prefer to roost on on the high roost in the pen at night and not in the coop but they seem to get along just fine with the other two girls and will not hesitate to go into the coop for food and water during the day. Anyone have any ideas? Are these girls just really late? Thanks!