I posted a week ago about this, a friend was watching my chickens for me while I was gone, came back and they had ran out of food for 1 day, guess he thought he would feed them every 2 or 3 days. They all were fine looking and didn't go too crazy when I gave them food. I know they were not out of food in the feeder long as there was still lots on the floor where they had pushed it out. However, I had 2 of the 13 pullets laying an egg a day before I left. They layed consistently 1 egg each while I was gone, and another (I know it was another as it was a white egg) layed one. These pullets are all 23 weeks old now, but have not layed again in over a week now. I have 6 others that are 20 weeks and look like they should lay any day. We have had a significant change in weather here, from 70's to 50's for the most part. Is it normal for pullets to lay for a couple of weeks and then take a break? If so, how long does this normally last. The 2 who were laying are both BSL's and the white egg came from one of my White Leghorns. Appreciate any info, they are spoiled by the way with treats, and scraps, there are no pest problems... personally inspected every bird... not that they liked that too much!