Now that the ground is frozen, my chickens want to come inside. So I let them, once. They just snooped around. They're not hungry. I think they're bored! I don't think they're too cold, this morning I picked them up, checked their combs and feet, each one of them was warm to touch and shows no evidence of frostbite, and under their feathers they are each warm to the touch. They appear to be fine, in every way. So, I doubt they're trying to come in for warmth. And it's obvious they're not wanting my food, they just picked at what I offerred and proceded to jump on the couch, look in the mirrors, etc.... Anybody have tips on what a small flock of backyard chickens can do these next few FROZEN months? They're used to foraging through the 100ftx100ft yard a lot. Here's their outside setup: And Here's where they like to hang out, in the yard full of chips and leaves, but today its frozen pretty solid: I know they are spoiled pets, please forgive me. But I enjoy them a lot, they give me a lot of laughs, Very Much Needed Laughs. Has anybody found ways to keep them happy through the frozen wintertime?