If I had my flock started yet that's what I would have here in south central Montana, it was 17 below when I left the house. This is my first post having just joined so I'll probably just lurk for a while until I get some girls, might even take until next year. Dad and I raised chickens back in Indiana but that was 40 years ago so I know the basics just need a refresher course. My wife and I bought 4 acres with a bunch of out buildings one which had been a 20x30 coop but was cobbled up into three separate rooms with a feed room. I've gutted it out and am going to partition a 10x20 coop, insulated and sheeted with OSB. The property had an old dog run made out of 4x8 chain link panels which will become an 8x12 run 8 feet high, no need to duck in that pen.