Hey all. I'm feeling rather torn and could use some advice. Due to a family member's health issues, I'll be moving from Nashville to the Chicago suburbs for at least six months starting in Jan. I'm still in my first year with my girls, so I'm learning as I go along. How well would they handle a 400 mile drive? How well will they handle the switch from moderate TN weather to frigid IL weather in the middle of winter? And what areas around West Chicago, IL (though I'm doing research elsewhere on the forum for this one) allow BYC? I'm very attached to my girls. Got two chicks in April, one quickly developed crossbeak so I got two more while they were still little. Right before anybody started laying, lost one to a dog and two weeks later, after introducing two new adult birds, lost another to a disastrous pecking order fight. Two weeks after that everybody got a case of infectious coryza, from mild to serious, but everybody came out on the other side ok. (I know it can come up again under stress, another thing to consider with the move.) FINALLY, in the last week, everybody is laying and healthy, and I'm feeling rather proud of myself for keeping them alive. If you guys suggest rehoming them in the area instead of putting them through the trauma of moving, I'll do the right thing for them. But I'm afraid with the coryza nobody will take them. So, overall, I could just use some thoughts and pointers on what steps I should take next, whether that's in the rehome section of the forum or not. Thanks, you guys have been fantastic, and even if I rehome them I know chickens will be in my life again ASAP.