I have a flock of about 20 standars layers and another of 4 silkies. They are all under 2 years old and are healthy as far as I can tell. They don't show any signs of sickness, they get plenty of food, cracked corn, scraps, water, and a feeder dedicated solely to oyster shell. But still no eggs. And the silkies and standards are. Seperated so even if one flock was sick or if there was a really really hungry egg eating chicken the other flock would still be giving eggs.not sure what to make of it. Gets kind of aggrivating feeding the chickend for three months and not a single egg.when it first started happening I checked the posts and I noticed that some of the other central florida members were having the same problem and suspected it was the heat, but the heat has since dulled and I have not seen anymore cases on here. Especially not for three months. Is anyone else having this problem? Or have any advice? Any would be appreciated.I'm tired of buying eggs with a backyard full of chickens.thanks in advance.