We have 30 laying hens, most are about 2 years old. Mainly production rhode islands, all rescues/hand me downs . Unfortunately where we live we cannot free range. The run is about 6000sq.ft. With some trees and underbrush. Due to the fact that they do not free range, we supplement their diet of 18% layer pellets with fruit & veggies daily. Each weekend they get about 10 eggs which we throw in a blender, shells on, and scramble for them for Saturday breakfast. Haha spoiled I know. While these guys do look better than when we got them, many of them could definitely have fuller feathering and all except the 3 6month olds have relatively pale legs and faces. We also get 10-15 eggs a day just for reference. I'm wondering if there is anything I can do or need to stop doing to make our girls perk up a bit. Maybe im overcompensating for them not being free range? I'm considering giving 10 to a friend to give everyone more room if that will make a difference.