We have about 40-45 hens. We'll be generous and say 10 of them aren't laying because they're too young. so 30 hens, 7 eggs? They're fed layer feed and scratch, half a 5-gallon bucket in the morning. Should I be feeding more? In the evening? Their water is completely fresh every 2 days and refilled daily. They have two wide buckets, they get to them with no problem and they're never more than 1/4 empty when I go out there daily. We're working on shallow, bigger troughs. Coop needs a layer of straw but is pretty habitable. They do roost really close to where the nest boxes (10 of them) are. They free range for about 4-5 hours in evening. Right now Ohio is getting about 14-15 hours of sunlight every day. There's only 1 tree in their pen for shade, right over the coop. I have found some yolk in the boxes once in a while but it doesn't seem to be a constant thing. We have roll-away boxes built, we just need to cut a hole in the coop and mount them. About a week ago we added 15 hens, but the process was pretty stress-free and easy. I haven't found any eggs in our barn (only other place with straw). What the heck am I doing wrong???? I mean, maybe 20 eggs out of 30 hens I could understand. Maybe even 15. But 7? Thanks in advance! I feel like I'm about to pull out my hair. BTW, new member but I've been lurking for ages and I LOVE you guys.