My khaki campells are now 8 weeks old. They have been in the same building as the chickens since they were 2 weeks. This isnt really a good idea - I know. (We didnt plan on getting young birds in winter, but when we lost the parents we put all the eggs we had in an incubator.) Can I move them outside now? Into a run with a duck house, not insulated. The temperature is about -10 celcius, and can go down to -20. The forcast for the forseable future is mild, so hopefully not much colder than -10. At the moment they are in an insulated portacabin. The plan was to have turned the heating lamp off by now, but I havent done that due to the damp, which is of course created by the ducks!. Didnt dare take away the heat because I worry that the chickens will not cope well with the damp then. (I know, I will get less damp with less heat. So I am working on drying things out so that I can turn off the lamp.) They will get plenty of sawdust (shavings), but havent managed to get straw yet. The duck house is about 2 x 2 and 1,5 high. (meters of course.) So not huge. Ideas? Will khaki campbells cope with norwegian winter at the age of 8 weeks?