We live in Northwest New Jersey and are atill fairly new to the farm life. We've got goats and chickens so far and since winters here, we're concerned with what's heathy and what's not. My husband found this article https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/...-go-out-there-and-cut-more-holes-in-your-coop And I'm not sure if it's right for here. I'm worried that IF we open the vents and allow the frigid air into the coop, the chickens won't have someplace out of the cold to go to. All summer I was cleaning out the coop weekly, but now that winters here, I thinking about once a month, so,that the poop will act as an insulator, as I heard that would work. I will continue cleaning out the nesting boxes though. Any thoughts?