I have an assortment of bantams I got earlier this year, they are 33 weeks old exactly today. And I have not gotten any eggs--there was one a few weeks ago that MIGHT have come from one of them, or it might have been from one of the older Buff Orphingtons I have that have stopped laying and are awaiting freezer camp. (5 years old) I feed them a mix of whole grains and some Flock Raiser, I have to be pretty sparing with the bagged feed because it is extremely expensive here. They get a minimum of 2 hours of semi-supervised free-range time every day. I give them food scraps and weeds/vegetables/leaves/worms/bugs from the garden also, probably a gallon or two a day split between 30 or so birds. They all come in at night with big bulging crops, so I think they are eating well enough. They also have free access to brewery spent grain, which is about 25% protein, as a protein supplement, and I give them a few handfuls of dry cat food as well, as a treat to make them come into their pen when it is time. I am very sure they are not hiding their eggs. I am checking them every 30 minutes while they are out, and I check all their favorite places to hang out. Also, since I don't let them out on the same schedule every day, you would think one would lay an egg in the coop/pen at least sometimes. I thought maybe a predator was coming in and eating all the eggs, so I baited the nest boxes with some storebought eggs. In two weeks of leaving them there, only two disappeared out of a dozen, so not too bad. Some of the girls have very bright red faces. None do the "squat" but they also don't let me get my hand near them because they don't want me to catch them. I don't notice that my rooster the same age is interested in mating them anymore either, but he used to, during the summer. He stopped crowing for a while too, but started again about a month ago. Anyone have any ideas what is going on?