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When do females stop producing eggs?

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I have a female homer who is five years old and in good health. She hasn't produced any eggs in about two months. Is this normal? I know that she is not egg bound, as she has been twice before and I know the symptoms. I give her a lot of vit D (since they are inside pets), calcium, and a variety of other vitamins and minerals. She and her mate continue to make the nest and sit in it, but she doesn't produce. I felt bad for her yesterday, so I put a wooden egg under her and now she just sits on it- as if she laid it.

Any advice would be appreciated.
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I have a 97 hen still laying eggs, just give it alot of space....
I had a '98 hen giving eggs as well. Just got her mated with a younger cock thats all ;)
She may have coccidia.
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