I have three chickens that hatched in May 2019, I live on Long Island. This is brand new to me and I am so afraid of doing wrong by my girls. I bought a tractor supply all in one coop with run attached, Innovation Pet Chicken Homestead Coop. It is 84" x 41" x 53". The hen house part of the coop sits up and off to one side of the whole unit. I have put plastic around all areas that were just hardware cloth, but left an open area up top at the "eve". I put rubber stripping around the doors and windows. The ground is covered with hay and up inside the hen house I have pine where the roosting bar is and hay where the nesting box is. I close them into the hen house at night, they are let down into the run during the day. I only let them out into my yard when I am home (so afraid of critters coming for them) My question is during the winter or like a day I had yesterday, where it was 40 degrees but a wind chill feel of 24, should I let them out of the run at all? The heat that they created inside the coop is escaping when I let them out into the yard and therefore is that bad? I want them to be able to stretch out a bit each day. Is it temperature or wind that is their enemy?