Ok so I used to have only hens which I bought layer crumbles for but I now have a rooster so I switched to the all flock because rooster all rent supposed to have layer right? I added a tray of oyster shell but it doesn't seem like the girls even touch it. So I sprinkle some on the ground thinking the girls will scratch and peck it. Then it dawned on me that the rooster will probably do the same so why not feed layer or half layer half all flock? Now I also feed a mix of wheat and boss fodder it's a tray that maybe 5×7 inches with roughly 1.5-2 cups of grain turned into fodder I feed this once a day. I also let them free range typically all day unless we are having predator problems then I keep them in the run till the situation is handled. In the evening I give them about a coffee cup worth of scratch grains to warm them up befor bed (we've been having snow) and below freezing temps I know they are fine in the cold and all but this scratch routine also help make sure they get into the coop on a timely manner. I have 6 hens and 1 rooster what changes if any should I make to my feed regimen? Oh and I also put braggs in their water.