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Chicken Cowboy

In the Brooder
Oct 22, 2018
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Hello to all.
Im fairly new at this, about two years. However, just moved and having new issues and am hoping to find new resources.
I have one RI Red, One black one?...? and one gold orphington,? I believe.
It has taken a year to nurse the orphington back to health after a rooster beat her up. (notice I have no roosters)

Now, in a new home, preparing to build new coop, etc. they are in a temporary one made out of my son's old playhouse.
Folks, after the move. My red, started molting, they all quit laying eggs...? Its been a month with no eggs... Just wondering if the move was that traumatic?

Any thoughts?
FYI, I am in Southeast Louisiana
Cowboy
 

NoFlyBackFarm

Crowing
Aug 6, 2018
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Pilesgrove, New Jersey
Welcome to BYC!
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Farmer Connie

Gallus gallus domesticus
Feb 28, 2017
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Florida Peninsula
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Hello to all.
Im fairly new at this, about two years. However, just moved and having new issues and am hoping to find new resources.
I have one RI Red, One black one?...? and one gold orphington,? I believe.
It has taken a year to nurse the orphington back to health after a rooster beat her up. (notice I have no roosters)

Now, in a new home, preparing to build new coop, etc. they are in a temporary one made out of my son's old playhouse.
Folks, after the move. My red, started molting, they all quit laying eggs...? Its been a month with no eggs... Just wondering if the move was that traumatic?

Any thoughts?
FYI, I am in Southeast Louisiana
Cowboy
They will start laying once they are settled in and feel secure. Welcome to BYC.
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