We received a rare dumping of snow (all of maybe three inches) during the night and when I fed the chickens their usual breakfast of hot mash, only about half of the hens would come out of the coop to eat. I was surprised and I wonder what makes those hens stay while the others wander happily out. My question is, since the more intrepid hens got to the mash first, they pigged out and ate the portions usually eaten by the whole group. Should I put more food into the coop for the girls who won't venture out, or should I just put a little more out in the feeding area later and hope that they are hungry enough to go and get it? I'd like to make sure no one goes hungry in this cold, but I also don't want to train the hens to eat in the coop as it would be a pain in the butt to get the food in there. Thanks!