I'm dreaming up ways to build my "chicken palace" later this year and am wondering if anyone has ever thought of this, or if anyone has input on if it would even work. I live where we have pretty hot summer, and often very cold winters. I've lost chickens to heat before, and had chickens get frostbite. SO, I wondered if it would be effective to make an "insulated" coop. I was thinking maybe the styrofoam sheets squeezed between plywood sheets, used at minimum all four sides and the roof, possibly the bottom as well depending on the final coop design. The idea would be that in the summer, frozen water bottles in an insulated coop, may turn into a little "cooler" where they can go to escape the heat. The same may be possible in the winter with a heat source? Hot water bottles? Does this sound like it would work? Or silly idea?