Don't know about you guys but over in our coop right around the autumnal equinox egg production dropped off a cliff. We rapidly went from 7-8 to 3 eggs per day out of our 9 pullets (Feb chicks). We figured we probably needed to add some lights to the coop. Since we tractor our girls, and there's no electricity anywhere near, lighting became a bit of a puzzle. We found a schematic on a UK site that showed how to hook up lights using a photo-cell, a digital thermostat as the timer, and a battery. A little trial and error, using LEDs instead of incandencents, and adding a small solar panel to the mix and the Chicken Party Lights are working great. In fact, within 48 hours of install we started getting 6 eggs per day. Not as great as the 7 or 8 during the summer but WAY better than 3!! Anyone else solve their lighting problem with solar? .