I have a pullet that has decided to molt through the winter. I told her it wasn't a good idea but she didn't listen to me. We live in north Texas and we've had our most serious cold weather move in today. We have about 6-8" of snow out there, it is COLD, and my chicken is missing all of the feathers on her head, many from under her wings, on her breast and from her tail. She looks awful. Tonight I arrived home at about 7, it was already dark and I went to make sure everyone got in the coop for the night. Naked hen was missing! I looked all over for her and finally found her on the porch sitting on the bakers wrack, shivering. I put her in my coat and warmed her back up and decided to bring her into the house for the night. It is supposed to warm back up in the next few days so I'll probably put her out on Thursday after the snow melts. She was broody about 6-8 weeks ago. Is coming out of being broody something that sets off molting? Is she going to die for getting naked at this time of year? What's up with this chicken!?!? Thanks for the advice. I'm new to chickens and just flying by the seat of my pants! Help!