I have put tarps and plastic around the whole run, I made a door out of plastic to keep wind out of actual coop. I added two heated roost bars(have not put them on as of yet) but they are roosting on them. The plastic/tarps around the run are extremely helpful, way less wind. They do go in and out of the coop during the day but the majority of the time is outside. We are in the 30s at night and in the mornings. They come right out and look for food. I have a heated water bowl and a heated nipple waterer, not sure which one I will be using, but should I put it in the coop or outside? They have knocked down the regular waterer, so I hesitate to put the bowl for sure in there. What does everyone do with the water? I also was reading another thread about shelter out in the run. I gave a couple pieces of wood leaning and I have rabbit hutches that they can stand in front of for wind protection purposes. The hutches are covered in plastic also. They also have an activity center that they stand under in the rain or to get shade, will that help with the wind? Should I attempt to make a couple sides for that(just leaning some wood to enclose the area more)? Is the run being covered all the way around enough? The leaning wood enough? Is there anything else I should do? First winter and I'm worried sick about them. So far they are still active and laying, not really phased by the cold.