Bad timing. Three of my 2.5 year old girls (brahmas and wyandottes) have decided to molt. Nobody is laying, and one has a very pail comb. What the heck? This all came on suddenly, and I have no clue if I should be worried or not. There is no sign of parasites or worms, but I dewormed just to be sure using Safeguard. This is my first crisis ever and my first little flock. They've always been healthy and good layers. I do expect eggs to slow down when the weather turns cold, and I know molting effects laying, but I didn't expect this. One of them is very sluggish (and it's not the one with the pale comb). They are not at all themselves, and I'm really worried! Am I overreacting? Do I they need supplements because of the molting?