Anyone else have chickens that refuse to come out of the coop when it's snowing? I live in central NC and today is only the second day it's snowed this winter (at least in my area), and my chickens will stay in the coop or at the very least in the barn. I have an old horse barn (3 stalls and a tack room with doors opening to the center aisle) and we converted one of the stalls into the coop. So we open the door for them, but last time it snowed and so far today, they stay inside. Is it just that they're not used to snow, and therefore don't like it? Or are a lot of chickens like this? Side note: my ducks don't seem to care. They're out in the wind, rain, snow...you name it. If they can be outside, they're outside.