Hi, have been raising backyard chickens with my family for about a year now, and I have a couple of questions. We live in west central Florida, so cold weather was not really a concern for us when we started, but we’ve had some pretty cold temperatures (for us, at least!) in the past couple of weeks. Temps dropping into the 20’s a couple of nights. When I looked it up, some were saying online that it wasn’t an issue, and that chickens do fine in the cold, so we decided not to buy a heat lamp for their coop, which is well ventilated. We have a white Leghorn that has been looking a little funny the past week or so, though, and I’m wondering if it’s just been too cold for her or if there’s something else going on. She is usually our most consistent layer, but no eggs for over a week now. Her wattle looks dull, and she’s losing feathers on her neck and, face and bottom. Is this molting? Or should I be concerned? She is usually the leader of our 8 chickens, and is full of energy, but she doesn’t seem herself lately. Any thoughts? I took a couple pics so you can see she doesn’t look terrible, just not her usual rambunctious, beautiful self. Thanks in advance for any advice.