I have a flock of 15 that for the most part stopped laying. 0,1, or 2 eggs a day right now. I think many of them are molting which would explain the drop in egg count, but two are exceptional. One I believe to be a jersey giant can't hardly walk any more as of today, and one Plymouth Rock is barely coherent and very wobbly when she walks. Both seem to hardly eat or drink anything and both have similar nasty droppings, some that are caked around there cloak. Thought the Plymouth was just molting very hard until the jersey giant got bad also. Have inspected droppings for worms and have not found any, as well as not seen any signs of lice or other pests on the birds. Nothing wrong in the few eggs we do get to suggest anything either. Other environmental factors are we just got rid of two roosters and integrated 6 grown hens into the flock two weeks ago. Kicking myself for doing that now as we were getting 3-5 eggs per day from 9 hens. The roosters were just getting to aggressive. Perhaps the new birds got them sick, but they seem to be healthy. Original 9 birds are 11 months old. 6 new birds are supposed to be 9 months old. Flock integration went ok, they all seem to act as one flock now, though my bird that was on the bottom of the pecking order thinks she is all that and a bag of skittles now (She is the only who chases the birds around now). While flock is fed layena pellets with some layena omega 3 pellets, with some kithchen scraps, and sunflower seeds still In shell for some supplements. Did realize this morning I have gave any grit for a while but they also free range at least 3 hours a day. Any thoughts are appreciated!