This Christmas, I tragically lost my beloved white crested black polish rooster, Floyd, to a hawk. I found him a ways off with his black feathers stained red and his body cold and lifeless. It was a morbid sight. Anyways, we are completely renovating the coop and run to make it more protected, hawk-proof and weather-proof. However, I am wanting to add three more chickens to my flock of, now, three. I have an Australorp hen, GL Wyandotte roo, and a buff Brahma hen. All have very pleasant personalities and aren't aggressive towards me or each other. I live in Kentucky, so we can have pretty bad winters (although this year hasn't been that bad) and we can have summers in the 100 degrees. I have my heart set on getting another polish, a silkie, and possibly and Americana- all female. However, I am open to any suggestions. I want good "pet" chickens and egg layers that will get along with the chickens that I already have- which I am sure won't be a major problem. Any ideas? Also, do Silkies do well in hot and cold weather? I've heard many different answers on this. Thanks for all of the help!