I have a Golden Laced Wyandotte, a Silver Spangled Hamburg, and a White Crested Black Polish. All are currently 34 weeks of age and have yet to produce an egg. What is going ON?! My Hamburg has been going through a serious molt so she's off the hook (for now), but the Wyandotte and the Polish have no excuses. The Wyandotte finally started squatting and developed an extremely red face recently so I've got my fingers crossed that an egg will appear soon, but the Polish is showing absolutely no signs of getting ready to lay, and that goes for the Hamburg as well. And I've got to tell you, my Wyandotte sure is looking plump and delicious these days... They're not hiding them anywhere, I don't have egg eaters, they've never been sick, never been injured, never been traumatized, they eat the right food, they get the right kind of treats (and sparingly), they came from Mypetchicken.com, they get plenty of sunshine, they have a magnificent coop and a very spacious run... I can't think of anything else. What else is there?? What else could I possibly do for these pampered free-loaders to encourage them to lay?? And I realize that Polish chickens aren't exactly known for their egg laying, but the other two are supposed to be pretty reliable. This is just ridiculous. Someone help me before I eat them. Please.