I have five young chickens (2 white rock--10 mos, 2 Wyondottes--11 mos, 1 barred rock--9 mos old). My problem is, I'm only getting two (occasionally three) eggs per day. I'm certain one Wyondotte and one White Rock are laying, pretty certain the Barred Rock has only nested once (don't think it resulted in an egg). The last two might be laying an egg a week--maybe! I got my first chickens about 4 months ago in March (the two Wyondottes, plus two Delewares). I was getting 4 eggs/day at that time. A neighbor moved in about three weeks after we got the chickens and his Bernese Mt Dog killed our two Delawares (he has since built a fence around his property and we've fenced in a large area of our acreage for the chickens). We immediately bought two young White Rocks to replace the Delawares. About 1 month later we added two 5 mo Barred Rocks (one of them died within days of buying her). After the fracas, we stopped getting eggs for a period, slowly went to two, then up to three, but are now back down to two. Our chickens have about 1/4 acre to free range, plus I keep a supply or organic mash and fresh water handy at all times. They get fresh table scraps for snacks (fruit, veggies, cottage cheese, some meat). They appear to be very healthy (good feathers, eat well, eyes are bright and alert). Any ideas why I'm not getting eggs? Thanks in advance for any help.