I've had a chicken in the house for about 2 weeks, due to vent prolapse and suspected infection. She seems to be perfectly fine now, and is getting quite vocal about wanting to join her peeps outside. It has been about 75 in the house, and in the 30's for highs outside. However...it is warming up some. Low 40's now, due to be low 50's for the rest of the week. No rain...not much wind, if any. We do have a temporary place to put all the chickens during the night when it is freezing. I'm concerned about the shock to her system if I move her from in the house to outside. I have no way to do a transition for her to adjust to the colder weather. Would putting her directly outside be a dangerous thing to do? After working hard to get her healthy, I sure don't want to mess things up now. Any suggestions would be appreciated! She may be an RIR...not sure...and has a nice thick feather coating, and might not even feel the difference. Thanks!