Hello my fellow chicken lovers! My husband and are having a bit of a dilemma when it comes to how we care for our 3 feathered ladies during the winter. The winters in Georgia are very mild, the coldest temperatures are usually in the 20s and that's generally at night. Our coop is very small, one of those "coops" in a box that can hold up to 6 chickens with two nesting boxes attatched, and a caged run located around it. They free range during the day all day. We don't really provide heat to their coop area due to many horror stories about fires or chickens dying from being over heated. The only difference I see in their behavior is that they are not producing as many eggs. We went from 3 eggs a day to 1. My husband is very concerned, due to the freezing temps at night and our humid and rainy weather. I think they are fine because they are barred rocks and can handle cold weather like champs. Should we do something? And if so, what should we do?