If anyone has had any experience moving their flock, we'd really like your help. What kind of enclosures can we put them in inside of a u-haul? We have 22 chickens and 20 guineas who all live together and are used to one another. How can we get them into the truck? We can drive straight through by changing drivers often, but getting them into the truck, making sure they're safe and comfortable, have water, and make it to our destination is of utmost importance to us. Some have suggested we give our birds away and start with new ones in our new home but to us, that would be like giving our babies away. Some of these girls have been with us almost 6 years and we can't let them go. We made a promise to care for them for their natural lives and that won't change. My homeopath said to give them one pellet of Aconite shaken up in their water before we go because they will experience shock and Aconite is a great help in that situation. I think they can go without food for less than a day of driving, but we want to put their Chicken fountain in the truck with them so they can have water when they need it. I figure I'll cover the bottom of the crates with wood chips and shavings so they're cushioned and we're driving in May, so it shouldn't be hot out yet. Thanks for reading this and thank you in advance for any help or ideas.