I have four hens - one black australorp, one red laced Wyandotte and two rosecombs. They're all the same age - they were four months when I got them at Mother's Day, which means they should be around 27-28 weeks. Still no eggs!!! They eat very well - a combination of chicken egg layer feed, chicken scratch and recently some dried mealworms/crickets with each meal. I also give them plenty of greens from the garden. Blackie is quite friendly and definitely the "leader" of the other hens, but they all get along and there's no evidence of pecking. I put a few golf balls in the nesting boxes to inspire them. I joked with my son I was going to put pin-ups of roosters in the henhouse as inspiration (haha). My husband threatens to have BBQ chicken here soon if they don't start laying (fortunately Blackie has won him over with her sweet personality, so she's safe from the Weber.) I've read several posts and various websites for tips/tricks, and am starting to wonder if they're just happy eating and pooping and might never lay eggs. Any thoughts?