So I have a flock of 8 hens and it snowed about an inch or two 3-4 days ago. I was really excited to see how they would react, but to my dismay they refused to come out of the coop! I lured a single brave chicken into the run with some corn but she grabbed a kernel and bolted right back into the coop. I shoveled the snow so it is literally brown dirt in the run, but I have yet to see a single chicken go outside. Its been a few days and my coop is only big enough for 4.5 square feet per bird so they're getting a little snippy with each other. When will they venture outside? Its in the 30s and even I can go outside with just a light coat and be fine so I don't think its the cold, but its so frustrating to see them all stuck in the coop for lack of courage. I live in Wisconsin so this snow isn't going anywhere anytime soon and more is on the way I'm sure. Any ideas? Would forcing them out help or hurt?