Ugh, my coop and run are a total disaster. We bought a prefab coop (disaster number one) that ended up being too small for our four chickens. But we have been making due since they have been free ranging some, have a huge run, get along fine, and sadly lost one chicken this fall. But we are in the PNW, and it has been pouring for weeks. My run is not covered (I keep trying things that are just not working out) so the run is a muddy mess. My girls don't seem to mind the rain and have been getting wet. The lousy coop 'may' be leaking (or it may not be ventilating well) so I have been trying to divert most of the rain away from it. The rain has been falling so hard that it bounces off the ground into the bottom of the coop so its moist down there too. And then we got our first snow last night (yah!). So not only is it wet and cold, but the snow brought down the netting that was over the run. The girls had still wet tail feathers (usually they dry off during the night) and I noticed some frost on the inside of one of the windows. Ugh, just ugh. I have made as much space as possible for them to get out of the snow/rain today (boards leaned against the house) but they don't stay under it, and everything is just so wet around here I'm not sure how much it matters. Not sure if I'm looking for advice, or just need to vent. Luckily the snow seems to have stopped so we should be able to get something worked out, and that I can convince hubby to let the girls sleep in the garage for tonight to let them and the coop dry out.