Ohhh okay, this was an older picture they do have larger combs now but not sure how large is normal…The combs and wattles are still small and pale, they might not lay this year since the days are shorter now.
When the combs and wattles turn red and get bigger, that's a good sign they'll lay soon.
Get more up to date photos and that'll give us a better idea. But given that days are growing shorter for fall, even if they're physically closer to laying they may not actually start up until after daylight starts increasing again.Ohhh okay, this was an older picture they do have larger combs now but not sure how large is normal…
The black one definitely looks redder, and the squatting is also a good sign of laying onset coming sooner rather than later. 10-14 days, maybe?Okay these are from today, the black one is the one that I have the most hope for. She has been acting a little more different too. Squatting down when I pet her, she didn’t do that before.