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The nights are drawing in rapidly now and your chickens will be laying fewer eggs in response to the shorter days. They might even be starting to look a bit straggly and bald in patches. Don't worry, they will be back to their beautiful selves in about 8 weeks. One thing to watch out for is pecking. Sometimes those blood feathers poking through the skin are a little too irresistible for coop-mates and they may peck them. Have your blue spray handy to disguise the spike. Watch out for damaged quills which may bleed freely and attract more attention. You might have to segregate your girls from each other if it becomes a problem just while the feathers get chance to get more robust. Our Aunt Sally is in solitary at the moment because she just looks like a hedgehog and is luring attention from the other gang of girlies. She is having a particularly drastic moult and for her own safety I have put a temporary area up in the run so she can have a bit of peace. They can still see each other so she won't feel too lonely and ostracised. Poor Aunt Sally!