We have two Rhode Island Reds, two Ameraucanas, one Australorp, one Easter Egger and 6 polish that were all laying eggs pretty regularly. We haven't had but one or two eggs a week for over a month now. On Friday, Sept 4th everyone got a dose of Ivermectin, so at least we haven't had to throw away any eggs since they have a two week withdrawal. There are feathers everywhere, so are we not getting eggs because of them molting? I was told to give them oats mixed with their feed to help them during the molt. Other than the oats they may get some vegetable scraps or fruit scraps, as well as being turned out for about an hour to free range out side of their own coop and yard. I have looked every where and no other eggs can be found, and honestly when they are out they are to busy chasing bugs I think to lay an egg. Thoughts? Thanks!