First off, Ive got probably 18 or so egg-laying age hens, 1 ½ years old of various dual purpose breeds. About a month ago they decreased their laying output when they were molting. Thats understandable. Now everyones got shiny new feathers, have had them for a little over a week. Not one egg. Literally, no one is laying. When I was a kid we had a laying flock of Rhode Island Reds and Barred Rocks. They didnt do this. It slowed a little for molting, but then picked back up again. I know my birds are healthy and they are getting enough to eat. I honestly cant figure out what has caused this. It not cold out yet, by the way. Im out in Nevada, the days and nights both are still hot. Im not new to chickens, but this is the first batch that Ive actually bought on my own. Id like to keep them, but give me the word and Ill have an order of new layers send out and spend a weekend filling the freezer. Im pretty close to doing this anyway, but Id like everyones opinions on it first. Thanks. :] Any info I missed, just ask.