Here in Charlotte, NC we don't see much cold weather. This week temps have not risen above freezing and have got to 4*F (-8*F with windchill) over night. My Australorp, who was laying regularly every day, seems to have cut back on her laying this week to about one egg every second day. Is this typical when temps get cold? I only have two girls and so I know they are cold in their coop with each only having one other to snuggle with but I figured they are ok. Their coop is 4'x4'x3.5' (plus covered run) so not overly spacious and is really pretty draft free. I wrapped an extra tarp around their windows to provide a little more protection and buffer from the wind. They are dry with lots to eat and lots to drink. They have plenty of ventilation, no sign of any condensation at all and no frostbite. But I can imagine they are stressed. Has anyone else noticed a drop in laying due to the extreme weather this week?