This is my first winter with chickens. I got them in May, and it has been a blast. Each day I got my chicken therapy, and I loved every moment with them. But this winter has just been brutal. Its gotten to the point where I dread checking on them, because of all the things that might go wrong (because so many things already have gone wrong)(of course, I still check on them and take care of them). One of my hens got a respiratory illness that lasted about a month and only went away with oral Baytril. Now my rooster is having extreme frostbite issues, they are pecking each other. Ahh! I don't know what to do, I feel like such a bad owner! I love them so much, and spend so much time worrying and researching and strategizing. Does anyone else feel frustrated with winter? Any tips on how to manage the flock in the cold weather?