I don't think I expect anything out of the 3 EEs this winter, currently one of the Rocks is coming out of a light molt. All these hens were born in Feb/Mar. So currently it looks like the 2 NH Reds and one Rock are rotating to lay 1-2 eggs a day. Which is fine and keeps up with the house needs. I have a water heater for them, I put lots of extra straw out in the yard and the coop they seem to love and fluff in. I'm in central OK and have decades ago had a few hens that have done well thru winter. They have a north wall of straw bales and the coop is on the east side of the big barn. So is there anything else I need to do for these girls? Do you think I'll start getting more eggs again before spring? They are eating almost 2x as much as usual. And are roosting over 12 hours now. Thanks bunches.