This is going to be my first winter with chickens. I have what I'd like to think is a decent coop with adequate ventilation while eliminating drafts. I know chickens are fine in cold for the most part but I can't help being a numbers guy. Does anyone monitor the temp in their coop versus outside temperature and if so I'd be interested to know what kind of stats they get. My coop is largely uninsulated except for a little reflectix inside and construction plastic on the outside of the run. It's a raised 4x8 structure and I have 13 chickens in it. I'm finding it to be about 10 degrees warmer than outside temps at night. It's just beginning to get really cold at night here so that will probably change. I was wondering if that's a good result and what others have experienced as far as temperatures and tricks to keep them higher, short of supplemental heating. I'm in northern New England. Thanks in advance for anything you can share!