What ever happened with Apyl....she just seems to have fallen off the face of the earth (well at least fell off Chicken Forum)?!?!?Here is a link to Hendersons Chicken Breed chart. This chart will give you an idea of whats expected from each breed. BUT again like I have said in one of your other posts. It will depend on numerous factors as to how many eggs the hen lays at any given time. Tempurature, feed, calcium levels, lenght of sun light, ect all play a factor when hens are laying. You will get more eggs in the summer than winter, extreme heat and cold will reduce the laying, lack of protien and calcium can affect laying, molting, mites, and disease will also affect laying. But if you keep conditions ideal, and your flock healthy you should have no problems.