Hello all! We have decided to just go the chick route with the emus instead of hatching eggs - just seems simpler! We're having four emu chicks shipped to the house in April. My question is how cold can emus get down to and still be fine? Within the last week, we've been getting temps of -30 degrees F with the wind chill, and one morning it was 20 below with no wind! Would emus be fine in these temps? I've seen lots of pics of them walking in snow, but then again it's hard to judge what temp it is because it can snow in 30 degree weather or 30 below weather, lol. We will have a little shed for them to avoid the wind if they so choose, but I've heard that emus tend to ignore these, even in cold and snow. Can anyone say a rough estimate of the coldest its ever been for their emus? I just don't want to freeze the birds! Thanks!