But WHY are my hens not laying? I read the article at the top, and none of the three reasons it lists seem to fit. It costs me $30 a month to feed them and we average 3 eggs a day. So I'm paying $26 more dollars to feed my hens than it would just cost me to buy eggs at the store. I have 2 Production Red (Feb hatch) 3 Sex Links (Feb Hatch) 2 Australorp (Feb hatch) 2 Barred Rocks (Feb hatch) 2 Buff Orpington (Feb hatch) 4 Easter eggers (April hatch) and a bantam rooster From July to Sep everyone laid great. No complaints. Like I said THREE eggs a day is a great day. Today it was just one. They are nice, big solid eggs but it just seems like there should be more laying. Most molted in late Sep/early Oct. Everyone looks "normal" again now, no more naked necks. No feathers laying around. We have a light on a timer that comes on at 4:30am. I know they are getting up because I hear the rooster crowing after that. They have fresh water, and Layena at all times. I have inspected poop countless times for worms...no sign. They are in a coop/run to I'm positive they are not hiding eggs. Nobody appears to be broody at all. I'm going to have to decrease my numbers again if we can't get them laying soon, even to just get 6 a day out of the 15 would make me so happy and would be enough for my family. Already had to let 6 go to save on feed. Any thoughts? Suggestions?