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Hillary Schalit

What did you switch their food too? Our chickens are not laying much now, they are only 2 years old...we're lucky if we get 1 egg/day from the 4 of them. Well...actually, we've recently decided that one of them is a rooster due to the now-regular cock-a-doodling we have every morning. Could this be affecting the girls' laying? Also, I'm sure you've had this question before, but would you have any interest in taking this fellow over?

Joy Williams

how old are they, Cynthia?

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