We had what was hopefully our last snow here in middle TN last week. The hens stay in the coop while there's snow on the ground, still have access to food and water. Each time its gotten warm after the snow, one hen's behavior (3 year old SLW) changes for the worse. She seems agitated (pecking me at meal time, hard!), being a complete nuisance about going where she's not supposed to be and laying outside the coop in an unused horse stall on top of a few spare bales of straw. I can remove everything in the stall so she will have to lay somewhere else, but the question is since I know where she's laying, should I just let it be or try to get her to lay in the coop again? Are the behavior changes normal after being "cooped up" in cold weather? The other issue is meal time...all 4 hens are much less interested in food since the weather warmed up. They free range so we meal feed twice daily. Egg production has actually increased so is it a problem for them to eat less actual layer feed if they're foraging on their own?