We are having a bit of an egg situation around here these days. How different things are from the days when we would gather 2 dozen eggs a day. Now, we are lucky if we get a half dozen, with most days being a measly 3 or 4 chicken eggs.
Perhaps the girls are on strike since their lockdown. (They are still sequestered in their yard until the foxes are finished teaching their kits to hunt.)
As for the runner ducks - they quite like the new hay in their yard. So much so, that they save their egg laying for soft hay nests. The ducks have become our most reliable layers... giving us 4 or 5 eggs daily.
And though they, too, remain on yard arrest for the time being, they seem content to pick through the hay in their yard. Eventually they, too, will be given their freedom... but not until it is safe!