Trying to figure out if this is just normal or if there is something going on. We have 6 hens (10 months) and were getting 4-5 eggs per day throughout the fall. 1-2 per day the past month and a half and then it all stopped almost a week ago. Our Wyandotte looked like he was molting in the neck area in the fall and he still has some spotty areas on his neck and on the top of his head, and then one of our Buffs started looking the same as of last month. I've peeked in their feathers for mites but haven't seen much. The others aren't really missing much and I don't really notice missing feathers from other areas besides the neck/head. Today I looked in their coop and there is a good amt of feathers on the ground. Could they be pecking? We have also been closing them into the coop at night over the past couple of weeks because it's been pretty cold here in NJ. Some mornings my husband doesn't let them out til closer to 8am. The coop isn't too tiny. We have 2 perches (they all fit on one), and it's 4'x4'. I am at a loss for how to figure it out?! Is it pecking, typical winter behavior, need more protein?! Ideas?!