Hi there, I had nine chickens, six white, two tan, and one brown. Sorry I don't remember the breeds. We got them last June as chicks and they have thrived. Since they stayed laying we get 6-9 eggs per day. This New England weather has been quite challenging with wind chills in the below 20's and we have at least four feet of snow out there. The chickens have a two story coop with a run outside. We have provided them water, non gmo feed, and a fed warming light. Although they have the run they have not been able to go outside due to the snow. On the sunnier days I have kept the door open for them but they prefer to stay off the snow. Today I found one white chicken dead in the coop. Last night had wind chills in the below 20's so not sure if that is the reason the chicken died. We are new to raising chickens so not sure what to do it if we shoukd be concerned about an illness in the birds or if we should be eating the eggs. I also feel like giving up. Maybe I was not meant to be a chicken farmer after all?