Strange thing is that one couple produces a lot of duds and the other couple stopped laying after 15 eggs. I know they lay one at a time, but then I would still have to find one within a week. The female laying duds gave me 150 good eggs 2 years ago. Maybe if the temperatures rise again more eggs will come.
Both couples are laying nicely again, so that's a relief. Almost no duds. The juveniles of 2 years ago are doing well after I tuned my method of raising them, so I'm hoping that I have better results this year when I start with raising them this way.