I realize these are animals, and nature needs to just take its course. I was just wondering if there was anything I could do to help the process. I currently have 15 hens. 3 - Silver laced Wyandottes, 2 - Salmon Faverolles, 2 - Golden Wyandottes, 3 - Araucana/Ameraucanas, 2 - Partridge Rocks, 2 - Blue Andalusians, and 1 - Barred rock. I do live in MN, and it is starting to get colder. My girls are 20-21 weeks right now. They have plenty of food and water, along with things to keep them busy in their 24'x24'x16'x14' run. My coop is 8' x 10'. I have added light to the coop because I have heard that will help when the days grow short. I have straw in their nesting boxes along with some ping pong balls in them, but I am not even sure they have ever even entered any of the boxes. Can you think of anything else to help?