We live in Georgia, and I've so far believed other "chicken folk" when they told me, that the temp's in this neck of the woods do not warrant insulation or heatsources in chicken coops, even in the winter. Tonight it's going to be in the 20's, though, and I'm totally freaking out about my 7 chickens in their 4x6x5 plywood coop. It's not drafty, but it'll definitely be cold. I've got 4-5 inches of straw on the floor, and they are sitting on roosts, but I can't help but think that they'll be freezing. I'm tempted to call hubby, who's still out and about, and ask him to buy a heating blanket, which I will then hang in the coop. What do you think, am I crazy, or are my worries warranted?