We have 25, 1-year-old hens. The most eggs we've gotten in one day in 2 months is 14. That was two days ago. Some days we get as few as 7 or 8. Variety of breeds, 3 buff orps, 5 white leghorns, 5 columbian wyandottes, 2 ameraucanas, 4 black stars, 2 red stars, 1 red leghorn, 1 golden laced cochin bantam, 1 big fluffy white beauty, 1 white-faced black spanish. We went back to feeding purina start and grow because they'd all experienced a tragic loss of feathers due to too many roos. We blamed low egg production on getting beaten up by too many roosters so we've now had one roo for about 6 wks. We're feeding the higher protein feed to help replace feathers which are coming back. Also, a mixed scratch grain. About 2 parts purina:1 part scratch. In addition, they free range at least 2 hours/day. They get oyster shell and lots of vegetable garbage. We are wondering if they're getting too much garbage. Is that possible? Does anyone have any suggestions?