I suddenly noticed tonight that my flock is looking quite spectacular. Their combs and waddles are super bright and red after looking rather lack-luster for much of the winter. Even the EEs with their tiny combs were really showing up. I'm not sure what is responsible for the change, but I have a few theories: 1. It's been really warm and sunny lately (80ish), could the extra warmth improve circulation and make the combs look better? 2. Is it the sun? Is it like a tan for them? 3. Is it something we fed them? My husband fed them half a bag of rabbit food all at once (long story but boils down to a miscommunication) a couple of days ago, could it be some nutrient in the food? These are the only things I can think of. . . What do you think?