Y'all. Seriously. These girls. Today was the first cold day. About 30 degrees and got a dusting of snow(it is already mostly melted). And the girls have been inside coop all day! They normally bolt out to range but not today. They hesitantly came out to eat scraps(one changed her mind halfway down stairs though), bit promptly went back in after they were done. They happily ate and drank inside coop. They have been just sitting on roost all day. They have never done this!!!! I guess they are cold but...30ish degrees is not that cold! Will they coop up all winter!? They are barred rocks, red stars, and columbian. So cold hardy enough. Sheesh. Do your girls react this way to minor coldness!?