We, a chicken newbie family, found someone that will let us relieve them of their 27 pullets/layers and 1 rooster that are 5 mo old red rocks due to their move. We have a coop and my husband is building a run to put them in temporarily to quaint them with their new home before we let them out during the day. Tomorrow we will be moving them in an 6x10 enclosed trailer with hay on the floor (it will be dark in there)- could that really stress them out? We don't see another way to move them. Is there anything we should be doing for them after arrival because of the stress of the move, it will be about a 3 hour drive home. If we're expecting a big snow storm tomorrow night (up to 10 inches) should I lay some scrap siding on the top of their run for a snow free area outside or will they just stay in their coop during a storm?