We ten birds - one leghorn, 2 Plymouth rocks, 3 Rhode Island reds, 2 Easter eggers, a lavendar orpington, and one barred rock rooster. They are all about 9 months old and prior to winter setting in, we were getting 7 - 8 eggs a day. Once winter set in and the time changed, we are getting 2 - 3 a day, if we are lucky. We installed a light in the coop and have it coming on at 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm. The sun is usually up by 7:00 am, but my rooster is crowing at 5:00 am. I open the coop at 6:00 am, but none of the birds come out then as it is still dark outside. Should I increase the lamp to come on at 5:00 am or 6:00 am? Not sure what else to do or if it will even help this year. Thank you!