Hi everyone! I havn't been on in a long while, but I have a question. My girls are between 30 and 34 weeks old, and so far, we have not seen a single egg. Shouldn't they be laying by now? We have 10 chickens: A welsummer, cuckoo maran, barred rock, silver and blue laced red wyandottes, a RIR, a blue andalusian, a Silver Dorking, a buff orpington, and a speckled sussex.) We do live in Portland, Oregon so it's mildly cold and is just now staying light out past 5pm... I'm guessing that has something to do with it. We have checked every day for eggs, with nothing. Our farmstore guy gave us a glass egg to put in the nests, but we have four nest boxes so were thinking of getting a couple easter eggs with sand for the others. They do not free range, they are in a 15x9 fenced in coop with a roof, so they can't be hiding them.... I'm confused, most people it seems had eggs between 18 and 20 weeks. What gives???