Hi everyone, Well, our small flock began laying five days ago, and we've had one or two new eggs each day since! The flock is just four birds, one each of easter egger, buff brahma, light brahma, and barred rock. We're getting daily green eggs, so I guess that's the easter egger, and it seems one of the brahma's (we've had three brown) and the barred rock (one tan with brown spots) are also laying. Wow! I've been feeding them DuMor Poultry Layer Crumble since week 20 (they're now 25 weeks), mostly because it's supposed to be a complete feed, and I don't know any better. I have supplemented irregularly with whole corn and grit, but never really knew the best way to provide this feed and supplement, or how much to give. Any advice appreciated. I was reading up and watching videos pertaining to worming, and have come across some recommendations to just give diatomaceous earth two or three times per year, as a preventative, which may negate any need to ever go a step farther into medicated worming. Interesting. I'm interested in your opinions on this scheduled DE treatment, which I am sure will be as varied as the advice I've already read, rather than waiting for poopy eggs to begin a treatment regimen. Also, can we confirm the DuMor Layer feed has no worming supplement in it already? Thanks!