They've been in the coop for 2 full days now. Yesterday, it got up to 35...I thought for SURE they'd come out, but there were no chicken footprints in the 1/2" of snow, and none of the kale I put in their suet feeder had been touched; and they LOVE their kale! When I leave for work, it's dark; when I get home, it's dark. I have a light in the coop and I do check on them each morning & evening, and everyone looks fine; they look happy & content in the coop. But they need fresh air & exercise! Should I boot them out? I also haven't had an egg since Friday. Wonder if no exercise/fresh air is part of the cause? I do not leave a light on in the coop, and knew they'd slow down, but didn't think they'd stop completely. Any thoughts? Thanks!