I did read the sticky on this subject- thank you! It was very informative and I feel a bit better that she's simply stopped due to lack of light. We are not, and likely will not, supplement light. I am still a bit worried about my girl... was hoping that someone could reassure this newbie? We have a small flock of 4 standard hens (2 EE and 2 partridge rock) and 2 bantams (a frizzle and a silkie). The bantams haven't started laying- they were born in June. One could be a rooster and I guess I should be wondering why neither have started laying---- but I digress. One of my EEs, Anita, lays pretty green eggs. (She was hatched 5/12.) So, when we stopped seeing green eggs about 14 days ago, we surely noticed. About 1/3 of her eggs were double yolkers, too. Anita was not looking good at about the same time that she stopped laying. She was all puffed out and had her tail dropped and was looking sleepy- not eating or drinking. I grabbed her and gave her some olive oil via a syringe, thinking that it was a crop issue. She was better less than 8 hours later and wanted OUT of her quarantine cage. She's had one more "off day" about 5 days ago. She just looked poorly and wasn't interested in scratch when I tossed it out before bed. I figured that maybe she was egg bound and had plans to give her a bath in the am-expecting to see her looking much worse in the am. But, in the am, she was back to her old self. Still no eggs, though. We were getting a reliable 4 eggs a day from our girls and we are down to maybe 2. I am assuming that's normal for this time of year. But, where the heck is Anita's egg? We have a huge run- about 100 feet by 40 feet, and a small coop about 4X7 feet. We do free range most afternoons. We feed layer pellets, scratch and boss. Also, kitchen scraps and oyster shells. I've looked and looked for a hidden nest, but I don't think that she has one. Besides, we've noticed that her comb is not turning red like it used to and like the other's do. We really notice when a comb is red, we should expect an egg soon (or look for one in the box). Sorry this message has gotten a lot longer then I expected! I guess I need to know if I SHOULD worry? If she was egg-bound, she'd have been much sicker by now, right? And, when the heck will she start again? We loved showing off those greenies! Thank you!