Hi All, I have started to think about my first winter with chickens and what winterizing the coop will entail.. specifically ventilation and keeping the hanging water from freezing. See attached photos of coop. Both of the front window (south facing) and side window (east facing) will be closed up with acrylic panels for the winter. The east window is right next to their roost, so I don't want any drafts. I was thinking about doing a vent down low in the east side for air intake and then another vent up high on the west side of the coop for air out take into their run. I also have a pop door that will be open during daylight hours for the girls to go back and forth between the coop and run. I was thinking of putting plastic strips to minimize drafts between the run and coop. The run itself will have plastic shower curtains once it dips below freezing here in Long Island. Thanks for any suggestion and help- I want to do the ventilation right so the girls are happy and healthy. We will not be heating the coop and the food and water will remain in the run below with a heater to prevent freezing. (any suggestions on the best way to keep water from freezing are welcome as well!!) Thanks!