We have six Dixie Rainbows, born in March 2012, so they are around 6-7 mos. old. They are fat and happy little chickens. Unexpectedly, we find ourselves moving from Arizona to Northeastern CO in the middle of winter (67F high/40F low average) to Fort Morgan, CO (39F high/11F low average). I love these girls and want to do what is in their best interest here - any tips or suggestions on the actual move and how they will (or will not) adapt to the weather change? These little girls survived temps upwards of 115 degrees all summer!