Hi, I haven't been through the winter with my chickens yet. We don't have electricity running to the coop, so no fan for the hot summer days and nights. Lately it's been in the mid 90's. The chickens don't seem to be doing too bad in there even though it gets pretty warm, it's not really hot. The coop is in a pretty shady area of the yard. I'm wondering if I'll need to heat the coop in the winter time. Although I live in Florida, we can have some periods of teens and 20 degree nights. The coop is pretty far out back, so not looking forward to having to get electricity out there, but may have to anyway since I heard they should have 14 hours of daylight for good egg laying during the winter. Any ideas?