This is my third winter with chickens. Each year I get some new tricks to help me manage. This year I am at the point of retiring my coop. I am so frustrated. Here is the rundown. ANY advice or any words are helpful at this point. DLM for 9 chickens. No running water. I pack out 4 litre jugs of water daily and fill up their waterer. It is only -10*C lately, but it will get colder in the new year. Past winters I have been giving them water three times a day, as it freezes. I have medium arthritis in my fingers, which make me kind of clumsy in cold. I spilled a 4 litre jug AND the waterer in the shavings yesterday. I turned it up the best I could, but half the coop floor is frozen solid this morning. A giant mess. No electricity, so I run an extension cord out in winter with a light. No heat. I can get a heated waterer... maybe. Making a heated cookie tin is a fire hazard waiting to happen in my coop. Any ideas on what I can do to save this giant mess of frozen shavings? Can I dry it out or do I leave it? Do I scoop out all the shavings and start fresh? I am feeling not able to deal with this with my limited mobility. Frsutrated, and angry at myself for making this water mistake. Any ideas?