Hello! It's just about Fall now, and as expected, several of my older hens have begun their molt. However, with maybe 30 other hens that aren't really molting (or just minimally molting maybe), suddenly I'm getting only 5 eggs a day. To make the scenario clear, I have about 65 hens with 2 active roosters (however they seemed to recently stop mating as much, if at all?) Of these hens, I have less than 20 that are young and are almost at laying age. There are at least 7 that are mature and currently molting heavily, so I know I have at least 30 that won't give me eggs as of this moment. But what about the others that seem fine? I am feeding layer crumble and they free range daily. Nothing has changed other than the sudden rain and drop in temp. I went from getting about 30+/- eggs about two months ago to now getting maybe 5 a day... My only honest guess as to why this has happened is just the season change. But how can I encourage them to lay again? Last week I was at least getting 11 eggs. Now I'm at 5. I will also note, I just turned on a light in the coop since it's getting darker earlier just to last until later in the evening. Their droppings all appear normal and regular. No sign of illnesses. I'm stumped. Any theories? I want to try and start another round for incubating and I have a bunch of people asking for eggs! Haha.