I have a trio of purebred show quality Seramas I want to breed. One hen got sick in the fall, and I treated her, and after she recovered(about the beginning of November) she and the other hen went crazy laying an egg a day thru December. But around the end of November I had to bring them in as the neighbors thought they made our lawn look ugly and started throwing rat poision over the fence. So I had to either bring them into the house or sell them, and I chose the first option. So I had five chickens who hated each other inside only two small pens. The spare bedroom they were in had only one small window, and was kind dark even with light fixtures. And I had to pack them into a pet carrier and lug them a half mile to range. Plus watch over them to make sure a barn cat wouldn't eat one. So until I finally got sick of the Cochin beating the little chickens up and found her a new home, they only got out of that room once a day. So they've been in relative dark for two weeks, and now they're going through a light molt. Is there any nutritional tricks I can use to get them laying? They have lighting going fourteen hours a day, plus thirty minutes free range like my mentor suggested. Thanks!