Ive recently (in the last 2 mo) started letting my flock of 25 (all hens one roo) completely free range my very large property (and endless woods behind my house). One of my americaunas (olive egger) started to lay under our woodshed in an extremely exTREMELY tight space (I had to have my 3 yr old fetch them out with sticks). I don't want to punish the whole flock for ONE hen (she's my only gal that lays olive eggs). It's on an extremely hard spot to block and I don't know which of my americaunas (EE...whatev. lol) is laying them there but I want it to stop! lol. Also do any of you not feed or minimally feed your flock and make them forage? I have a coworker that doesn't feed her hens at all. They forage and free range 100%. I'm going through $$$$ on organic feed, kelp, flax and would love tips. First and foremost every egg is precious. Until I had to shove my 30 lb 3 yr old (who was excitedly cooperating) Into a ridiculously small space only to ditch the eggs, boo. Would love feedback. Thanks from mild Southern OR.