Hmm…to really answer this question we’d have to know a little more about the circumstances under which they stopped laying eggs. My family has raised chickens my whole life, and I know that hens stop laying when they’re old (don’t expect much when they’re 10+ grandma chickens), and they also stop laying (more or less) in the winter.
In the summer, we can’t possibly eat all the eggs we get, but in cold weather the numbers drop significantly and even stop during the coldest weeks of the year. Since this year has been cold all along, and we’re having an early onset of winter, it might be that your chickens are starting to taper off until spring time.
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