I really don't know what's going on with my chickens We purchased our first batch of chicks last June. We bought 12 and we only have 3 left.. they all died. At that time I could see a pattern ( not feeling well .. just sitting down and not eating). So in November I got 12 new chicks along with two mature laying hens... I also got a non-GMO corn and soy free natural feed for them. the hens were molting at the time so they were not laying. I still haven't got any eggs so far... from any of my hens. So my chicks are now 13 weeks old. They were living in the garage one of them died the first day but they were doing fine.. My transition outside was also very smooth. In sunny days ( I live south Texas), I brought them outside in a bigger cage. Then when they turned 10 week old, I put them in the coop during day time and see how the hens were reacting. They were really not nice with them and they still struggle to get some food. So, I decided to bring them outside but in the enclosed space without the hens and let them free range during the day with the hens. 10 days ago, they actually moved into the coop with the hens.. but I'm losing one a day.. I'm not sure why because they don't seem sick and I didn't witness anything. Also, my hens are free range, We have plenty of bugs and grass and herbs and worm around here. However, during winter time I give them some food that I make myself. We are trying to raise them on organically grown seeds and legumes along with some veggies and a very few amount of fruits. My feed is a mix of split pea, lentils, flax seed, coconut, sunflower seed, pumpkin seeds and what is available ( chia seeds, quinoa, millet, kelp etc..) and they get oyster shells in the coop. They also get compost worms once in a while. My chicks are now on that diet as well. My coop is neat and clean. They have three raised box with straw ( just switch to wood shaving because I heard some hens like it better).. but I still have no eggs Do you have any idea why my hens are not laying and why my chicks are dying? Thank you so much for your help!