I have three turkeys. A Bourbon Red Tom who I think is 1 1/2 years, a White Holland Hen who is the same age and a 4 1/2 month old White Holland hen/poult. Right now they are in the main room of my 25'x40' barn. The Tom roosts on the horse stall gates and the 2 hens roost way up in the rafters. I am in North Dakota and we are going to be getting our first below 0 temps next week. I am wondering if they would be better off left in the barn where they are or if I should move them to a smaller coop room 8'x10' with 7 1/2' ceilings. The room is definitely warmer than the barn but I am worried they won't appreciate being confined to that space where the only option for roosts is a 2x4 roost I built, that is about 4' off the ground. Right now I have no heat in my barn or coop rooms what so ever and from what I have been reading I don't think I will be putting in anything more than a 100w light when in gets very cold (-15 or colder) and that would be only in the coop rooms. I don't think there is any practical way to heat the main room of the barn but it is draft free and I have a lot of straw down for some insulation. Any opinions on the matter will be greatly apprectiated.