So I'm a gadget geek, and I installed an outdoor temperature and humidity gauge that feeds to an indoor station I have via wifi in my coop. I'm wondering if anyone else has done this and what their averages are? I have kinda a unique set-up; it was just going to be one big run with 6 chickens (two types), but they ended up not getting along so I split the coop and run. So there are two entrances, one large door for cleaning in the back, and a door for egg collection (that mainly remains closed at this point). Right now (It's night and raining) I'm getting a read of 45F and 71% humidity. I *don't* have air vents installed but I do have the two open entrances (and the back doesn't close tightly). My question is- should I still go ahead and install extra ventilation? What humidity should I be aiming for? The coop (henhouse) is 4x4x? (it slopes up- I would guess 4 sloping to 5), houses 6 chickens at night, 3 on each side. What temperatures and humidity is acceptable? At a certain level (bad weather) should I close the doors? In that event I know I should have the vents installed. I'm just curious what everyone else's averages are. Last night it was around 40 (outside it was 35) with 50% humidity. (For reference inside it is 70 with 30% humidity). I live in NW New Mexico BTW. Thanks for any input! And if you are curious I can tell you a great weather station to get- it reads from my henhouse to my bedroom on the other side of the house through several walls and the signal is good!