First I would love to thank you all for the wealth of information that I have been enjoying for 2 months now on this site. I am new to raising chicks and have 7 lovely ladies that are so ready to stay out in their coop. I have been taking them out for 5 hours the last 3 weekends when it has been 50 degree temps. The problem is it get down in the 20-30's at night here in Indiana. They are currently in a kennel in our garage that usually stays around 57 degrees (NO heat lamp). My question is will they be alright in their coop full time at night when it gets so cold (I don't plan on using any heat). It is insulated but just afraid to shock them or worse. If they are okay to stay out there, should I keep food/water in their enclosed run or move it into coop. Also, should I keep the door to their coop closed at night and reopen in early morning before I go to work (its usually still in low 30's when I leave). My coop and run size is 5x8 and can accommodate 8 chicks. Sorry for all the questions. Just don't want to hurt any of my precious girls. Thank you again for all of your knowledge!