I just went out to give my chickens treats and I noticed one of them seems to be molting. This is my first winter with chickens, but I don't believe that is normal to molt when the outside temperature is 2. We don't heat our coop because of the many things I read on your forums about coop fires and power outages that can both kill all the chickens. We are using the method of leaving their poop in the coop so the decomposition warms it up. I'm a little concerned now though about my molting chicken. She should be okay in the coop because it's warmer, dry, and breeze free (we put up a wind barrier to be sure of that) but she has to come out to eat and drink. My coop doesn't have a place to keep food and water in it, it will just get pooped on due to poor design by a newbie (me).Is she going to be okay? Is there anything I can do to keep her warmer? Someone said to start heating the coop, but I still have the concerns that caused me not to heat it in the first place. Any advice welcome please!