Have had the tractor two weeks, came with three big hens. One looks like a Rhode Island Red and I know she's producing maybe two a time? If that's possible. The other two a creamy color with one have a red comb and the other having a pink comb. I get only two eggs a day and it happens when I see the RIR sitting on the nest. We have three nests and the two eggs are always in one of three boxes together. I only paid a $150 for the tractor and the three hens. The tractor works great and was worth the $150 byitself. I'm wondering though, that he may have known that one or two of them wasn't producing. I'm not wanting to be cruel, but one of the enjoyments I was wanting to have was to have eggs. I know from what I read, that one a day from each is abought right. I wonder if one or two are at the end of their life-cycle/laying-cycle? Maybe there is something I can do. They stay fed on a mixture of laying pellts, that smashed corn and some oyster shells. Have a 3 month old rooster growing seperately, but he's not ready for them and they aren't ecspecially wanting him around.