I have a flock of 25 chickens, 1 adult rooster, I "think" 4 cockrels between 10-13 weeks, 5 pullets also between 10-13 weeks and 15 hens. The babies have recently integrated back with the flock with their respective hens (2 separate clutches) and we have had a change in roosters and a bought of coccidia and a change in feed to accomodate everyones needs. A lot of change... My hens are roughly 9 months old of mixed breeds, Production red, barred rock and White Leghorn and easter egger. Most have stopped laying in the last month due to all the stress of the things mentioned above with the exception of 4 of the leghorns. I am curious to know if it likely that any will go ahead and pick back up on egg laying despite the approaching winter (central Texas) or if they are most likely done until longer day lengths return? How long post "weaning" of chicks to hens usually go back into production? And also will that happen with shortening day lengths? (I am not interested in supplemental lighting).