My dad build me a really nice insulated coop (well, we're BUILDING it...it's not put together yet!) for the winter. You can completely take it apart for transportation, which is awesome considering it be a pain to get into the backyard otherwise. Plus is has a small run attached, for when I won't be home and don't want them wandering the yard like they usually do. But, my dad being the utter worry wart he is keeps insisting that I look into some kind of heating system for the coop. I think the body heat of my flock will be enough to keep them comfortable (not to mention the fact they have FEATHERS....for warmth, ya know!). It'll be draft free as well, so thats not a problem. I suppose he's really worried about frost bite or frozen chickens. We live in Missouri so we're not talking -40 at night like it was in North Dakota. Figures. Anyways...any suggestions for coop heating? He's really not letting it go. I also have to find something to heat my rabbit house. On that one I'm just going to agree with him...I'd like NOT to freeze my butt off cleaning my bunnies cages in the dead of winter!