Hi everyone! Marcia in Colorado here. Where it's downright balmy today. The snow is melting, the wind is calmish, life is good! When you free range your birds, do they go back in the coop to eat? Ours are outside today and just having the time of their lives. They're dust bathing, running hither thither and yon, will they remember to go back in and eat or do you guys move your feeder outside? I put a bucket outside for water. We're trying to switch over to the Chicken Waterer inside the coop, but so far only one of the 5 has figured it out. They were so thirsty last night that they drank for 15 minutes when I offered their normal source...I hope they get it today. AND WE GOT TWO EGGS!!!!!! We were getting one reliably since the move 2 weeks ago, but then she got frostbitten and stopped laying for 4 days...then she started again (assuming it was her...) a couple days ago. Then today we had two! And they were in the nesting tunnel which is basically where they all sleep, too. (instead of laying under the coop which is where every single one so far has been!) Thanks guys!