Ok so I have already searched this thread for an answer and have come up short. It has been raining since saturday here hard off and on. Within those few days I have gotten 3 eggs. 1 on saturday and 2 on sunday and since I have had nothing. I am used to getting 3-4 eggs on a daily basis out of 9 hens that are all either just now starting to lay or have been laying since the beginning of December. Can all this wet weather have something to do with it or are they coming to a halt in their cycle? How long do egg laying cycles last? This is all new to me so any information would be helpful! If I add layer feed would that boost them and/or add electrolytes to their water after we get some drier weather? I couldn't afford laying mash when I bought this last bag of scratch and 50lbs lasts me a month and a half with my 12 chickens especially since I ferment my grains. But I also grind the egg shells from the eggs we use to eat to give them added calcium and feed fresh greens daily. But as I was saying any advice on weather vs egg laying?