I have two Americauna pullets, almost or just barely full-grown. They could start laying any day. They're sisters and the more timid one still treats the bolder one like her mom. At night, I look in the coop and the timid one is asleep under the bolder one! And I'm, like, "Uh, girls, you're growed-ups now. You can cut that out and start laying eggs." Hmmm, maybe if they had a boyfriend they'd broaden their horizons? On the bright side, the timid one has started fighting back when the bold one tries to boss her around, so I guess they are growing up a little!