WOOO HOOOOO UPDATE !!!! After much effort and work, we went out just a bit ago and low and behold 4 eggs !!!!! AND two gals were sitting in nests doing the hay throw getting ready to lay ....... wow hang in there it's coming!!! This is what I did to help and cover anything that might be causing issues: Wormed everyone with ivermectin external for worms, mites, lice, any unseen parasites that could have made them stop laying cleaned out entire coop washed it down and replaced hay for bedding cleaned external pen area of all branches sweet gum balls etc burned and gv chickies ash pit to dust in cleaned water bin (half 50 gallon barrell cut sideways) gv fresh oyster shell supplemented feed with some cracked corn for protein threatened to start dispersing uncooperative chickens if I didn't start getting some action !!!! We are "make do with what you have" kinda folks so my coop is not fabulous and cute (an old insulated storage shed), and my run/pen is huge but is made with an assortment of different wire fencing spliced here and there and not pretty at all, and our nest boxes are an assortment ie; milk crates, an old dog kennel, some plastic bins, and lol an old canning pot sideways......not pretty but gives a variety of nesting choices lol. It goes to show a little hard work, some patience, covering your bases one at a time, and a lot of chicken threats and tantrums can go a loooonnngggg way!!!