Well... after I found out that the one (rare) pullet I had was a Sicilian Buttercup, I looked up the breed. She started laying eggs about that time as well (a couple of months ago). She laid pretty much every single day, even though what I read was that they were only "fair" layers.. 2 a week? Now, I also read that they are NOT a broody type of chicken. Well.. not only is she an excellent layer, but she went broody today. I wasn't expecting it at all. Now, since I don't have a Sicilian Buttercup roo... I put eggs under her from my standard best layers, to give her something to sit on, and maybe give me at least a couple replacement layers out of the six eggs. (The Buttercup spreads out nicely when sitting, and appears to be able to cover well the six (large) standard eggs, even though she is a small breed.) So, she just started sitting today 10/4. She also doesn't "scream" at anyone getting close, as does the Cubalaya. But, both peck hands, ha!