This will be our first winter with chickens. I've done lots of studying and know that high humidity in a coop is bad. However, I cannot find advice anywhere on how to lower the humidity. The only thing I find is to use ventilation. Well, here in Oregon a fan doesn't seem the solution. It's rains here A LOT and even when not raining it can be very damp. So a fan would just be pushing moist outside air into the coop. I'm hoping there's other people on this forum who live in the PNW and can give me tips on how to tackle this problems. I want to keep my chickens happy and healthy over the winter. I've grown very attached to these silly ladies. Thanks in advance!