We recently purchased 9 hens that were laying very good...usually one egg per hen per day. These are our first hens and we are learning a lot. However, since the move there are only a couple of hens laying. We are feeding the same ration as the previous owners. They have their same rooster with them. Their new pen has eight hen boxes and they have been visiting the boxes but only lay in one. We have several feeders and plenty of water and they are eating and drinking well. The main differences between their old environment and the new one is that they are now located in a 10 X 20 horse stall that is in a large horse stable (all of the horses are enjoying the beautiful Louisiana weather). There is quite a bit of traffic (golf cart and grandkids playing) along the aisle in front of the stall but that is not all of the time. The children will watch them very quietly from a stool outside the stall. I really don't think that it could be too much worse than the pen they were in as the pen was not far from the road and very close to the owner's home. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks much. By the way, our main business, of course, is horses.... here is the link to our farm.... www.oldriverfarms.com . Sure would love to share some horses!