Hello all! So I’m about halfway through building this coop with all reclaimed wood and I have read a ton of conflicting information about coop preparation for winter, I would love some input. I live in Ontario our winters are long and cold. I’m at the point where I’m putting plywood on the inside to cover studs and cracks from the slat face so the coop isn’t draftey and I wonder if I should insulate the walls? The roof trusses are open front and back for ventilation I will hardware cloth them for critters maybe I should block some trusses in winter?. Also the coop is about 3.5x7.5 on the inside I’m thinking 6 chickens would be idea but I wonder if a few more is a good idea to keep each other warm. The run will be two hundred square feet. Also should I have heat lamps or heaters in general are they required? I do plan to use the deep litter method and I know this will provide some heat. I plan to have a mixed flock. Any input from Ontario or cold weather chicken keepers would be great thanks!