We got 60 chicks at the end of September. They're a mix of Rhode Island Reds, Anconas, Australorps, and Delawares. They live in a massive coop and get fed mostly food scraps (3-6 trash bags full every day) and garden scraps (1-4 baskets a day) along with standard chicken feed (about 1/2 a bag a week). The coop is located on a hill in Portola Valley and the average temperature in the winter is about 55ish degrees. They get meat, vegetables, bread, and, besides chicken feed, everything else they could possibly need. Does anybody know why they aren't laying? I don't think it has anything to do with the temperature or the location because my two 5 1/2 year old hens live in the same coop and are laying and my friend's eight/nine year old hens are also laying. The rooster we got (same batch of chicks) has been mounting hens for almost 3 months now, so I have no idea why the hens haven't started laying. All our hens look healthy, pictures below are kinda old (from my last post) but their health hasn't changed at all. Rooster is the pretty black/beige boy on the far right of the cuddle puddle. Thanks!