Winter has arrived this past week with cold days and nights. Temps at night in the teens, with wind chills in the single digits. The day time highs in the 30's. Today the temp never got out of the 20's, frozen fog, dusting of snow on the ground and we are expecting a foot of snow over night. I have noticed a huge drop off of the girls eating their layer feed this past week. Every day it got less and less and today they have not even touched it. With the cold temps and windchill today, they have been hanging out in the greenhouse picking around in the dirt. I can not even tempt them with wetting down the layer feed. Even some treats they are turning up their beaks at. Out of 4 girls, I am still getting 3 eggs a day however. You would think they would need to eat more to stay warm...so why are they eating less and less these past days and nothing today? Is this normal or is there something wrong with the feed??