This will be my first winter with coturnix (that aren't in my house ) I know I'll need to put a light on them to make them keep laying. I also know that they usually lay really late at night (like between 6 and 8 pm). If they are still laying like this in the winter, I would think there would be a lot of frozen eggs. I was wondering if it would be possible to change their days and nights? What I was thinking of doing is keeping them in a dark building, and turning a light on only at night. My thoughts are that this will make them lay their eggs in the morning, which would be when I would be out there to feed everyone. So this way the eggs wouldn't have much time (if any) to freeze. Any thoughts?