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Old 11-17-2018, 10:26 PM
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Longer light periods encourages hormones for breeding. Less light lessens the hormone for egg production. It's working for you now. As our days become shorter you shouldn't worry about egg laying but as the days become longer after the first day of winter, our natural days become longer. Additionally if your bird is exposed to artificial lighting in the evening this time of year, it can contribute to re-appearance of breeding condition in hens