Hi all, We have 15 hens, and we've been receiving 2-3 eggs per day. This has gone on for a month or so now... 7 of our hens are relatively young still (hatched in Sept. 2017), while 8 of them are 1 1/2 - 2 years old. They have a comfortable coop, safe run, regular water changes, protein supplement, oyster shells, grit, pellet layer food and crumble food options. We have scratch, but have limited it as we read that too much corn in the diet may harm egg production. They receive lots of table scraps, and bedding is refreshed often.... Nesting boxes are ample, roosting bars available... It's been weird weather here in Maine though - 70 degree days in February, followed by two snow storms between this week and last. Is it just the crazy weather throwing them off? Are we expecting too much too soon? Hoping to start seeing more than 2-3 eggs per day with that many hens... any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks in advance!