So I have a flock of about 25 13 week olds, two older bantams and an older hen. I live in Montana and we were just smacked by winter. This is my first winter with chickens so I'm still learning a lot. The coop has plenty of ventilation and is a few degrees warmer, plus I have a heat lamp on for them. Our temps are in the single digits here and its still below freezing in there. Yesterday I went in to check on them only to find my bantam rooster dead under the roost, and his hen fluffed up as much as possible and barely moving. The rest of the chickens seem cold but fine. I pick him up and notice he was still breathing and moving alittle, so I quickly brought him and the hen inside, got them warmed up then stuck a heat pad under. She was standing but very lethargic, he was just laying there but was starting to twitch and shiver. I left them in the dining room and went to work, when I came home he was sitting up much more alert and she seemed much more comfortable but very tired. I left a little food and water out for them and went to bed. This morning they are both fully awake and moving around, eating and drinking. The rooster is very shakey but he is up and alert and hobbling around a bit. Not sure what I'm going to do with them I'll deal with the poop for a few days but I dont want them inside or even in the garage pooping everywhere, however of course I'm not going to stick up back outside to freeze to death again. Any suggestions? So back out into the coop this morning, 4 of the younger chickens dead it actually almost looks like they were trampled by others trying all trying to smush under the lamp. They were all birds we were planing on butchering anyways so I dont feel quite as bad, I am wondering if it is safe to salvage what meat we can from them now?