My lot are all around 27 weeks now. The two wyandottes, one EE and one buff are laying in the big girl coop. The two silkies and mille fleur are randomly laying in the little girl coop. None are laying consistantly. I'm getting between 2 and 7 eggs a day. Left are 3 EEs, one buff, 2 welsummers, a polish and a sebright. None seem even remotely interested in laying eggs. Is it possible that they will hold off and start laying in the spring? It's been in the 30s at night and between 60 and 70s in the daytime. Of course, it is getting darker sooner and staying darker longer. Should I give up and expect nothing from that lot until spring? If so, should I switch off the layer ration until then? Nobody seems to be molting, but I know they lay off production in the winter. Just wondering.