I've had my oldest hen since mother's day, her comb is red as a rose and has been for months, but thanks to the Canadian winter and short photo-periods, I have not yet had a single egg. So finally I gave in and rigged up some lighting in the coop, set to come on early in the morning and give them a longer day. Day 2 of this, and no eggs yet. Had anyone else introduced a light mid-winter? Can they report how long it took for the extra light to stimulate the hens to lay? They are well fed on Fermented feed, and sprouted fodder, dry, with a heaping pile of leaves in the run. I feel I should have eggs now, these girls are pampered like crazy! Do you think adding a fake egg would help?