Last fall 2 of my hatchery stock molted really hard. I'm talking not even resembled chickens. I had to give them tuna cuz they were walking drunk like which brought them right back to normal behavior within hours. Neither has laid an egg since. I expected time off as I don't use lighting. But everyone else has been laying for over a month. They will be 3 yrs old next month. One is a black sexlink the other a golden laced wyandotte. Normal for chickens to be done laying at this age? Or did that molt wreck them? The sexlinks waddles and comb are shriveled to nothing almost but it's hard to tell on the wyandotte. The other girls are fine and have been laying for over a month but they didn't molt as hard. All are same age. No bug issues and they eat a balanced diet with oyster free choice on the side. I have Roos so I feed 18% all flock. It's the only option other than layer here. This was Ricki in her moment.