I have 4 Rhode Island Reds who are two years old. They laid all through last winter even though there were slightly less eggs. I live in New Mexico. We don't get much snow, but it can get cold at night. I don't use supplemental heat or light. I was getting 3-4 eggs a day and I haven't gotten a single one in two months. I know production can slow down in the winter, but it didn't last year. Shouldn't I be getting a few eggs? I haven't changed their diet. They get high protein layer pellets. They don't get many table scraps, but I give them grapes, tomatoes, and spinach occasionally, but not too much. I'd say less than once a week. On really cold mornings I make them hot oatmeal, but that's less than once a week. One decided to molt, but now has most of her feathers back. I read that lack of eggs can be disease, stress, diet, or daylight/temp. I don't think they are sick or stressed and their diet is the same as always. Is it just the daylight hours thing? Thanks for any help.