We have a flock of 15 hens, only one of which is laying so far. This is our first time keeping chickens, so I'm not sure what to expect. We started with 6--and added 9 more a few weeks later. One of the 'orginal' six is a White Leghorn--she just started laying last Tuesday, at 17 weeks and she has been awesome! We have gotten an egg a day, up until yesterday. Then today, I went out to see if she had laid one yet today, and found two! Our original six hens consist of the White Leghorn, 3 Buff Orpingtons, and 2 RIR's. They are 18 weeks old. The 9 that we added later are: 3 White Leghorns, 1 RIR, 3 Black Americaunas, and 3 silver laced wyandottes. They are around 14 weeks. So, did Betty (the leghorn) lay both? Or was it another hen? They were both in the same spot. Thanks! ETA: There were no eggs this morning when I let them out--around 8:30, and the 2 were there at noon when I went out.