I have 15 hens and 1 rooster. Many of the hens are aging, one is 5 yrs. old, the rest are younger and range down to one that was hatched last spring. Some are in molt or just coming out of molt. And it's winter, dark days, and we went thru some super cold temperatures here in New Hampshire, so I didn't think much about not finding many eggs. But now I am getting NONE. I even had to BUY eggs at the grocery store for the first time in years. BOO HOO! I was also selling eggs to the teachers at school, but can't now. And I'm realizing the hens are bored, they won't go out of the coop and attached run (they free range usually), and I think this is why they are eating their eggs, because there is always plenty of chicken feed in the attached run, and I give them leftovers almost daily. I'm thinking I may just raise a flock of new chicks this spring, and get rid of all these hens, except the broody mothers and my 5 yr. old hen who is a pet (she's like a dog, follows us around, likes to be picked up). But until then - I need eggs! Just wondered if anyone else is going thru this now that it's winter. I shoveled a path in the snow for the chickens but they still wouldn't get their feet cold by leaving the coop/run. The run is 16' x 20', it's not like it's small. And filled with branches, perches, some hay bales, etc. to keep them entertained, and several dog crates in there for them to lay in or lounge in. One answer might be golf balls. But other than that I just don't know what to do to get our eggs back. I don't THINK there's an egg predator getting the eggs, but I do leave the coop door open all day. I have had an issue with voles in the garden, but I would think the chickens would get the voles if they were an issue.