The owners of the company I work for are building a new home. We live in Northern Indiana where the Winter temperatures can drop pretty low to freezing. My question is, what is the best way to get water out to the coop? The coop will be located on the South side of the house, and about 20-30 feet away from it. It will have dual paddocks for rotation, so there will need to be a central water supply, or one in each paddock. My main concern is freezing pipes. We can run water lines from the basement of the new home out to the coop area, but how do you keep the pipes from freezing? How do other people do it? The owners are over 80 and it need to be the most maintenance free watering system possible as she wont be able to haul water out every day. We will be installing Chicken Fountains for automatic/continual watering, but could really use some tips and advice on how to accomplish this. Thanks for your input!