Hi, I have a 7 month old White Rock, who has been laying regularly since the end of December. I've noticed that she's been starting to lay later and later in the day. Right now, it's 5:00 p.m. and she still needs to lay. She's been running from nesting box to nesting box, running all around inside the coop starting to make nests on the floor, then she'll go out in the run to stop and eat, then back in the coop to repeat all actions again. She's been doing this for a few hours now. After she squats and starts to move the straw all around, she's up again in less than 30 seconds and runs to the next place to do it again, but she's still not laying. We're getting concerned that she might be egg bound, but she's shown no signs other than her behavior today. She hasn't been sick, she still eats like a horse and still quite our chatty Kathy. She has access to oyster shell when she wants it and I 've watched her eat it, so she's getting plenty of calcium. Is there anything we can do for her? I hate that she would go to roost in a couple hours when she's in this condition. Any suggestions are appreciated!