My coop doesn't have the best insulation and there's a large blizzard coming tonight with a big wind chill and the temperature expected to be in the negatives at times. My family and I became very worried for a small flock of four withstanding the weather. So we decided it would be a good idea to bring them inside for the brunt of the storm instead of making them fend for themselves in the below freezing temperatures. In order to make this happen we our giant dog crate that we use when we take our dogs on planes or long car trips. Tonight I single-handedly managed to haul all four fowl into the house from their outdoor run and stuff them all into the crate. I left some food in there for them and in the morning I'll bring in their water too. I guess I was just posting this to let other small flock owners know it's okay to bring in your birds and not to feel alone and maybe even ask for some advice when bringing them back outside. I hope I didn't stress them out too much or shock them by bringing them into such a warm house. Wishing you all the best this winter!