Our coop has been an evolution from pallets that were torn apart and made into a coop into a full 70"x48" building with siding, windows and doors. Currently our coop is without a raised floor, so it has grass/dirt floor. We live in central Illinois and have winters that get snowy and cold. So I'm wondering if I need to get it raised up off the ground before the condensation appears. We've had some pretty heavy wind and rain and so far there hasn't been any water that has came through where the walls meet the ground. I'm just concerned if I need to worry about moisture over the winter. Or if I need to be concerned that the ground will keep my chickens colder compared to having a raised and solid floor in the coop. Greatly appreciate any advise you guys and gals can give.