Question for you all. Will an excellent layer such as a RIR or Sexlink lay as many or more eggs in winter without supplemental lighting as a Good layer such as a Golden Laced Wyandotte that gets 14 hours of light in the winter? Red Star Sexlink and RIR's (for example), are predicted to lay about 300-350 eggs a year while my Golden Laced Wyandottes are predicted to lay about 200-250 per year. Would this change if Dottes get lighting and the Sexlinks do not in the winter? Are these estimates for either with natural lighting year round or 14 hours of light year round?