Hello All~ I have been a member for a few months, but didn't realize I could do a new member introduction. I live at 9,000 ft. elevation in northern Colorado, and am in the midst of my first winter as a flockster. I have two Rhode Island Reds and two Americanas. We live off the grid, and predictably have been encountering challenges with heating our coop, but amazingly we are still getting about one egg a day (only from our RIR's for now)! We just got through a brutal cold spell too! Our coop is very insulated, but rarely heated, but our girls seem to do OK. Today they got outside for the first time in a while. Any cold weather flocksters who want to dole out advise, I'll happily be on the receiving end. Thanks!