I seem to be noticing this year with my girls that resorb instead of going on to ovulate are noticeably slower about returning to regular feeding schedule. Since I am using ultrasound now, I can watch them pretty close. I had about 6 girls that went to about 30mm before they went on to resorb. They are even slower to return to feed than the girls that ovulated and laid eggs. Maybe nothing to it, but it seems to be happening here. Just would like to hear if others have noticed this too. Hope everyone is having a great season. In spite of about 6 or so resorb girls, I will have 30 or so clutches this year. Hope to see and meet many of you around the country, especially at shows.