Hi everyone! So I have been a city dweller my whole life. I would love to move out to some land but just not an option at this time. So I'm trying to bring a little of the country life to me and my family. Anyways I have been building a coop that is 8' X 4'. It's raised off the ground two feet as well so it has room for the chickens to walk under. I also am making a run that will come off the coop about 5' X 16' in diameter. I have a few questions as we are new to raising chickens. The first question is: I live in MN where it can get cold and very hot and humid. Is it better to feed and give water to the chickens inside the coop, outside, or both? The second question is: I know how to install electrical boxes and wanted to put a few into the coop. Wondering if it's worth it to have a light to have on, or use a multipurpose as a heat lamp for winter. And if its worth having a light in the coop. But I have also read they don't need heat and adapt well. And my final question is even though I may ask more lol is: I have the above listed run for the chickens. I also have a 4' high chain link fence around my whole property. Wondering if it's wise to free range them from time to time out of the run and can they get over the 4' fence? I have heard some people say they have had no issues and others say there chickens ended up in trees. I have no real trees for them to get into but many neighbors yards to get into. Thoughts? Thank you so much!!