So I am just bit concerned for my two new chickens a silkie and a petite silkie cross. They are between 3-4 months old. The temps are supposed to go down to 29 degrees tonight and 26 tomorrow. I am not concerned at all for my big girls and roo but I worried about the new girls as they are separated from the flock in a large pet carrier on the storage side of coop. I did go out and place a couple of towels over it to try to maintain warmth. The only reason I am concerned is because they are separate and only have each other for warmth and they have pine shavings. They went thru a month quartine in the garage. I just moved them out to coop about week and half ago to start to integrate them into flock. They haven't had that much time to acclimate to these cold temps. Have been placing them in pen enclosure within run to look at the big girls during the day but then transfer them back to pet carrier for sleeping at night. Now we have this early snow and freezing temps. I mean I could go out there now and move them back into garage but the carrier is antique and rather heavy and it's pitch black now.