Going on 4 weeks with no eggs from two Wyandotte hens... very frustrated. Is this unusual? Details: 4 weeks ago I added one Buckeye and two Wyandotte hens to my existing flock of 6 pullets. The person I bought the hens from assured me they are all about 18 months old, and were all laying very well. The Buckeye took a couple of days to adjust, then began laying an egg a day. The Wyandottes both laid eggs the first couple of days (they were "in the pipes" I assume) then abruptly stopped. Not an egg from either since. Is this abnormally long to stop laying after being moved? They seem healthy, eat well (layer mash plus snacks of BOSS, Oatmeal, and mealworms). They have a great little life in a safe coop with a nice run, and free range several hours a day. I know nothing is getting the eggs because I am out there all the time checking on them, and I always see the Buckeye laying her egg. Also, no chance they are laying while free ranging, I am out there with them the whole time. I'm just looking for other's experience about how long it takes to resume egg-laying duties!