Okay. Someone clue me in on if I'm missing anything or not. Here's the details. I have 18 hens. The first group: 9 of them are almost 2 years old (Born Feb. 2015). 4 Buff Orps, 1 BSL, 1 RIR, 2 EE, and 1 Barred Rock. The second group: 9 of them are almost 1 year old (Born Feb 2016) 4 Australorps, 2 ISA browns, 2 SLW, and 1 Light Brahma? (never did find out exactly what she is) They all did their heavy molt about 2 or 3 months ago. All came through it fine. They have all grown all their feathers back beautifully. All healthy and active. They free range all day, and put themselves away at night. No new hens have been added. No one taken away. No changes and no stress. Everything is the same as it's been since we added the new kids in February. They eat an 18% protein pelleted feed (highest available in my area), have free choice oyster shell out all the time, and are given sunflower seeds as a snack in the evenings. 18 healthy hens. And I only am getting 3 eggs a day. Consistently 3 to 4 eggs daily for MONTHS (At least 4 months). I get that they don't lay well when they molt but shouldn't they be laying a bit more now? I mean I know that at least my ISA and Brahma are laying (I've seen them) but otherwise I"m not sure who it is. I know they are not laying anywhere else. We have locked them up for days at a time to see and we still only get 3 eggs. And I know where they go and on my property you can't hide eggs. Am i missing something? Shouldn't they be laying a bit more for 18 hens than 3 eggs? Even given the weather and light changes? Or am i crazy to think they should be laying more. Are my 2 year olds done already? Confused.. I still love my babies.