is this accurate? or guesstimation? i live in s ca, where we get lots of sun. but the days are slowly shortening, and all the chickens follow the big girls lead...they're rirs and its always a contest with the sun to see which goes to bed first. and...the bossiest worrier rir will not roost for the night until EVERYONE is in the coop. then its rote: three times around the cooo before heading to bed. now, they are up and out of the coop between 6-6:20 every morning. total time out is a good 12 hours. their coop isnt close enough for electical lights. i keep good strong solar lights around the whole coop to discourage preditors and curousity seekers and to help the chickens see around downstairs. are they getting enough light to promote healthy happy chickens to lay eggs? Oh, and they are free rangers during the day. They get healthy treats, i just switched them to layer crumbles, and oyster shells on the side every day. they are bright eyed, curious and looking beautiful. but i want to make sure I am doing the best i can.