I have various breeds and wonder if this cooler weather we're experiencing is causing them to slow down on their laying. I was getting 10-11 eggs from my girls (11 of them) and suddenly we're lucky to get 6-8 eggs a day. They have lights on a timer in the coop, so the lesser daylight shouldn't be effecting them. I purposely got breeds that can stand the cold...BO's, EE's, Golden Comets, Black S-L's. I can barely keep up with demand on these wonderful eggs my girls are producing. But if the weather has a bearing on it all, then my buyers are just going to have to understand!