Hey there, this is my first winter with my two Rhode Island Red cross breed hens, who are now about 10 months old. I live in London where the temperture has been dropping to around -3, -4 degress Centigrade recently, with a little bit of snow. The two hens reside in a coop with an elevated house with wooden perches, with plenty of bedding in the nesting boxes. They are still laying two eggs a day, but seem to be losing a bit of weight. How much should they be weighing at this age, & is it normal for them to lose a little over winter? I am feeding them this -http://www.wildbirddirect.com/index...tra_20kg&sid=0kv73yzdx45o933q9914453qyh240o5a , as much as they will eat per day plus any scraps from the kitchen. They otherwise seem normal & happy, but as these are my first hens I am a little worried! Any help or advise would be much appreciated.