Hi guys. I know there has probably been discussed to death, but I'm so frustrated. My 3, 14 month old, Isa Browns have pretty much stopped laying. I get one egg every 2nd day maybe. So the story is,we brought 7 unsexed chicks back in September last year, 4 turned out to be roosters, we kept 1 roo and swapped the other 3 for the Isa Browns at Christmas time. Took a few days for them to settle in, but we were getting 3 eggs a day, until a week ago. I normally let the girls range after lunch, which is when the have normally laid their eggs. Nothing has changed, they get the usual feed, with a variety of fruit, veggies, and other scraps. I've so far tried locking them up all the time (thinking they are laying elsewhere), adding more protein and calcium to their diet, checked for egg bound, mites/lice/lumps/bumps. They are all still running around digging, scratching, coming for pats and cuddles. I've checked the back yard for bush/grass nests, but with very limited area to lay in, it didn't take me long to realise that's not the case. Sorry the only thing I have changed is the bedding, from straw to wood shavings, straw was hard to come by a few weeks back,so brought wood shaving about a week and a half ago. TIA for any suggestions.