I just saw this statement, "mpbells are prolific layers and active foragers. Most Campbells lay their first eggs when 5-7 months old and will average 250-340 eggs of superb texture and flavor per year. With an age staggered flock, one may have eggs year-round." On http://albc-usa.org/cpl/waterfowl/campbell.html Am I to take this to mean that if I got a duck say in January and then one in June that one would be laying when the other stopped? Are they not dependent on the season/light like chickens?