Here are the details: 14 hens - all appear healthy - have been wormed - are a good laying age - are RIR's, BR's, and EE's. currently have laying mash 24/7 as well as grit and oyster shells and fresh water are given treats of BOSS, scratch feed, and occasional handful of cat food Have a nice large coop - has artificial lighting with about 14 hours light per day - have a super large kenneled in area that allows them to get out and pick for bugs, etc.. We are lucky if we get one egg per day. Our family has suggested we feed them cracked corn only during the winter since they are not laying anyway. I really don't like the thoughts - want to keep them healthy. Money is tight and we can't keep feeding them like we are now if we still have to go buy eggs at the grocery. Please advise. Thanks so much.