We have 6 hens. They will be 2 years old in February. 2 Ameraucana's 1 RIR 1 Barred Rock 1 Welsummer 1 Gold Laced Wyandotte We are down to getting zero eggs most days, maybe one or, a really good day, two eggs. We haven't seen any eggs from the two Ameraucana's in two months. I'm assuming the one egg I get about every other day most likely comes from the Wyandotte, b/c they are supposed to be better winter layers, correct? I don't want to be without eggs so we were proactive and now have 6 more 4-week old chicks in the brooder. They are already outgrowing the brooder so I'm considering moving them and a heat lamp to the coop. Which would mean the chickens have to go. I'm willing to cull and eat them but not sure if the meat quality will be worth the effort. I thought about selling them in pairs on craig's list, advertised like this: "almost 2 year old hens barely laying or not laying at all, eat or keep as pets as they are people friendly. they may pick up laying again in spring." What should I do? I hate the thought of keeping them and feeding them expensive feed when I'm not getting eggs.