It has been really cold (like most of the country) in the single digits at night and teens during the day here for about a week now. Normally feed consumption increases in cold weather but my hens have cut way back on what they are consuming. This is the coldest it has been here in about 5 years or so. Is the cold weather affecting consumption? I offer laying pellets and now with the cold offer scratch and a little dry cat food. They normally devour the scratch and cat food but really are not eating what I think they should. Normally the scratch feeder would be empty and the cat food I throw around the coop would be gone. Any thoughts or suggestions from the experts out there?