Hey all. I've had my flock locked in the coop the last few days, since the run is snow covered and winds have been 40 mph. It was sub-zero overnight. I went out this morning and notice a lot less poop on the poop trays than normal. I've been giving a bit of scratch morning and evening. They have 4 full feeders that I pick up at night. And they got some warm biscuits and gravy yesterday. Half the flock is staying very active, walking around foraging, laying eggs, etc. But half of them are mainly standing huddled up, not doing much, except when I'm feeding them goodies. Should I be worried? This is my first winter with them. Not sure what is a normal amount of huddling, and the lower amount of poop alarmed me. Any thoughts? Thanks!