I have introduced artificial light and have the girls producing quite well. However, the laying seems spread over the entire day and starts 3-4 hours after the light comes on. Does this mean that in the spring they will begin laying in late morning? I leave for work very early and would like for them to do most of their laying in the early morning but I wonder if I am asking too much. My son gets home from school at 3 and collects eggs then, but the coop is un-checked for about 8 hours before that. Maybe I am making much out of nothing, but I don't like the idea of leaving the eggs in the coop for that long. Any advice is appreciated.