Hi! I have been reading all of the various posts on winterizing your coop and lighting....my coop is small, and I have 3 hens, so I am ready for an little wisdom from the experts! I just installed a 50w light as a clip on light into my coop. It is on from 6-7am and 6-7pm. The coop is small 3'x5' with a nesting box off the right side... I'm concerned about the light b/c it is confusing the hens and whether I should keep food in such a small coop. They want to be outside and are perplexed by the dark outside and don't seem to know where to go. If I didn't have the light they would just be roosting now. Right now I do not have food ior water in the coop. I did just get a few metal bird dishes I could mount to the wall to add some food and water. The coop is attached to a larger run and I have an external tractor in the yard where they spend a good chunk of time each day. I'm open to suggestions including removing the light. They are not laying at all since I've installed the light (just 2 days now) so it isn't really helping there. I thought it might help with some heat and wanted to get them used to it. Thanks for your thoughts!