Can constant rising and lowering temperatures cause hens to molt? I vaguely recall reading that temperatures can cause such a thing, but cannot recall where or if the weather pattern we've been experiencing in central Mass. would even be enough to cause a bird to molt. There are two reasons I'm thinking at least one of my hens might be molting: 1. there are feathers all over their enclosed pen/coop and 2. we're not getting very many eggs. (10 laying hens and only 2 or 3 eggs a day.) I know it might partially be because of their recent stress in being moved to a new home; I'm just curious if someone might be molting because of all the feathers and the weather changes. Thanks in advance!