Over the last few weeks as the days have gotten really short my egg production has down to just about nothing. I've gotten one egg in two weeks I love my babies but I'm tired of feeding them with no eggs in return so today I broke down and wired up some lights on a timer. I have two 24" fluorescent fixtures that I use for starting my seeds in the spring. They have a somewhat narrow but very long coop. They spend most of the time in the roost area at the front so I placed both fixtures on the wall across from the roosts which keeps the front of the coop light, while the back of the coop is still pretty dark. I've got the timer set to extend the hours of light to 14 hours. Based on the information I've read this should be plenty of time, but I couldn't find much about how bright the lights need to be? Any suggestions on appropriate wattage?