We have always had roosters with our hens (a dozen). We processed our previous (mean) rooster about 2 months ago. Hens did fine - didn't slow down laying. Then we got a new rooster - about 18 weeks old (old enough to mate w/ the girls). Since then our Easter Egger stopped laying - completely. She had been laying 6 eggs a week (she is young - from this past march) - both when we had the previous rooster and after we got rid of him. The other girls seem to still be laying fine. Additional context: This hen is the bottom of the pecking order - she is often separate from the rest of the flock. This was the case before the new rooster as well when she was laying 6/7 eggs a week. Question is this: How long will a hen stop laying from a major change in environment (new rooster). I've heard this can happen - but 2 weeks for a young hen seems really extreme. Anyone have experience with this or ideas? Any suggestions to get her laying again? We miss the blue eggs.