Hi, I need some advice. I have six hens. They're about a year old, and they started laying last summer. I live in Colorado- where we do get some cold days here and there, but we've had more 50 degree days than 20 degree days over the past month. Also- we are getting 10+ hours of daylight now. So that's the background, and here's what's going on. Several weeks ago- 6-8 probably. All of my girls quit laying. AND they (or one of them) started taking all of the straw out of their nesting boxes. I've also seen one of them sleeping in the nesting box. Because I didn't want them sleeping in the boxes, and I figured they weren't laying due to daylight, I closed up the boxes for a few weeks, and this past weekend, opened them back up- gave them fresh straw, and sure enough- the next day all the straw was kicked into the coop, and no eggs. Two friends and I got all of our hens together, we ordered sixteen of them online. The other two people that have these birds from this same flock- both have laying hens right now. I don't see any signs of disease. They seem to be well fed, and always have water. Not sure what to do, but it's pretty puzzling. And frustrating. Any advice? Thanks!