Honestly, I'm not making this up. I have two hens, one a RIR, the other a 'mutt' a cross between a red and white. The RIR, Ladybird, is about 21 weeks old, has been laying for about ten days now, the mutt, Spot, is about 29 weeks, has been lying for about six weeks. They are completely unrelated, came from two different breeders. I only have five laying hens at the moment. I work out of my home, so I'm back there a lot, watching and observing and just relaxing. I wondered about Spot, about three weeks ago, because there were two eggs when she got out of the nest box and the other hen that uses that same area had already laid hers just an hour or so before. Then, yesterday, two eggs again from Spot. Now, Ladybird just came out of her nexting box -- and there were two eggs!!!! I have been back near the run and hen house much of the afternoon because I have a broody-in-training Aussie so I've been watching her closely. All of my hens free range in the back yard so it's relatively easy to watch which ones go into the hen houses (I have two hen houses close to each other) and which are still in the yard. So, this is unbelievable, I know, but I'm going to keep my camera close by and switch it to time/date mode to get proof!