Two birds whose rate of lay has slowed drastically, each just over a year old. One's an Ameracauna, and she is now laying about two eggs per week, tiny, yolkles eggs like a newbie, and hasnt lad one of her proper, large, tasty eggs in a month and a half. The other's a silver spangled hamburg, (these areoften referred to by the od timers as 'the every day layer) due to their reliability). For a year now, she has laid her perfect, smallish eggs, about six a week - and now she's at maybe one a week. My question: no food changes, no behavior changes, no feather loss, dont seem to be molting right now, but I wonder about worms? I've actually never wormed my birds at all, and if they did have worms, woudn't they all, instead of just two? Everybody else (only seven other layers; the rest are all pullets to start laying in a few weeks) is laying up a storm. I am puzzled. what else whould I be considering? It's the size of the tiny green beginner-style eggs that's got me concerned, primarily. School me!