So we have 8 hens, 2 (barred rocks) are in their 3rd winter, the rest (EEs, 1 Wyandotte, and 1 wellsummer) are in their second. 4 months ago the younger ones started molting. Egg production from them almost completely stopped, with one or so eggs from them and 1-2 from the BRs each day that month. Then the BRs went into molt 3 months ago. Feed high quality layer pellets, and lots of veggie and meat scraps. We have had a light on in coop giving them 14-15hrs of light since the days started getting shorter. Also have well insulated coop and a paint can heater in the coop that turns on when temps are super low. We haven't gotten even one egg since 3 months ago. Last year, when the BRs molted, they only stopped laying for 3 weeks, then laid through the whole winter. It's very aggravating that even though they are all well out of molt and they have plenty of light, that not a single one is laying. Also, my friend got his chickens, (6) mostly same breeds at the exact same time as me (the ones in second winter) and he doesn't have an insulated coop, or heat, or additional light and he's getting 3-4 eggs a day!!! It's driving me nuts! Also just cracked open an egg from nestfresh cage free eggs and it had a flippin' roundworm in it. Now I don't want to eat store eggs EVER again!!! I just want my own eggs again we were getting 6/day before this. Somebody give me some hope!!!