Hey y'all, I got a bunch of chickens last spring, 13 over all. Pretty much an unknown on the gender front. So over the summer hawks, dogs, and disease ripped through my flock, reducing numbers by over 75% to just 3 birds. Of the three remaining chickens, one is for sure a rooster, while the other two must definitely be hens. They are right around a year old and have never laid a single egg that I have seen. I am pretty much at a loss, although I am working daily towards figuring it out and improving their area. Only thing is, the rooster like never ever crows (least when I can hear), and the hens make kinda weird squawking noises sometimes. Physically, no question though. He is almost double their size, tail feathers and the neck feathers, comb is much bigger etc. Either way though, I have gotten absolutely zero eggs from the two supposed hens. I'm going to get new birds this spring now that I have fixed the things that lead to past losses, and I'm thinking I might just kill these for meat if they don't start producing instead of messing with introducing them to new birds.