Hi, I'm looking for a little advice on safe, humane transportation of poultry. I am moving from Minnesota to Colorado next month and I am feeling a little overwhelmed at the thought of transporting our small flock. We have 14 chickens (plus 3 roosters), 4 ducks, 2 farm kitties, 1 silly dog and 2 inside kitties. Now I know I can use carriers for the cats and dog. It's the chickens and ducks I'm worried about. The chickens are in two groups because the Polish don't get along with the Arucanas. I don't have a pickup and we are planning to rent a U-haul truck (the kind you drive). Now I have some people telling me to make crates and just rent a bigger truck than I need and put the chickens in the back of the U-haul. But the first thing I think of is WILL THEY HAVE ENOUGH AIR in the back of a moving truck for 13 hours? And won't it get too hot back there? (End of July crossing Nebraska)??? So I thought about blocking the back doors on the moving van open a bit and securing them but then wouldn't the birds get exhaust fumes? I just don't have the money to pay someone else to take them out or the time and skill to build fancy transport pens. There MUST be a safe way to transport them. Any suggestions will be MOST appreciated. Thank you.