Friends, Thanks for reading! You'll notice I typically don't post much, as if not to flood the forums with repeat questions. Unfortunately I am at a loss as I have tried all but one thing. If you notice my pictures of my coop on my profile, it is a safe enough enclosure. My hens get daily outside time. If not daily, every other day. Point is they are not cooped up every single day. They have got a steady supply of oyster shells in their layer mesh feed. They also get chicken scratch mixed in the mesh. I have since installed thick, long, rubber " flaps " on the twin nest doors with the shingles as if to keep the wind out when its too windy. Although its quite annoying, I ensure fresh, unfrozen water in their coop and plenty to go around. I have tried multiple different feeding systems such as the classic galvanized hanging feeders, the long galvanized floor feeders and others. They are not laying. Not for weeks at a time. Sometimes I get one egg. My request: Please help me identify my four girls breeds. ( yes, i'm that new to chickens and i did not purchase from a store, rather a friend ) I need this info to understand why they are not laying. Did I simply get a week gene batch or is this breed not great in the winter? They are not lethargic nor broody, the come out. They are friendly and follow me around the yard and even eat out of my hand. I almost just want to install another flap on the only opening to the inside of their hutch. That being at the top of the ramp. One more thing. Their coop is not as open as in the picture. I have since installed a wood board to close all but the ramp entrance. To keep wind out. I take criticism very well. I am open to all constructive ideas and if i'm doing something wrong, please tell me as I will correct it immediately.