In Michigan right now it's about 15 degrees where I'm at. I have a barred rock that had dry feet and had cracked a bit. I always try to keep their coop anything above freezing around 40-45. Tonight when I came home after work and went to check on them, the coop has sat about maybe 32-33 degrees in temperature. I'm trying to keep it warmer in there and it becomes difficult trying to dress wounds when the temperature is so cold. So I wasn't able to wash it but I was able to hold her close to me and spray blue kote on her one foot, it did not freeze but she has began to look a little exhausted and sleeps standing up. Did I maybe do something wrong? And what can I do? Also this is there second winter but this one is alittle harder on them because around November dogs had gotten ahold of some of the feathers off a couple of them and they aren't eating much of their feather fixer etc. is there anything to help them with that also?