Ive never really had any issues with chickens getting use to the cold here in CT but i have a bantam polish roo that seems to be having a hard time. In a way its kind of my fault because we have had to keep him inside most of the time while his coop was being built. So hes gotten use to are warm comfy house and all the attention. Now hes in the garage with the others and they will be moving into the coop and run tomorrow. Ever since i moved him into the garage he is very quiet. Hes a lap chicken and loves human interaction. So he is kinda depressed we left him there. He is all puffed up and shaking. But hes not exposed to any drafts. I worry about him adjusting fast enough. I keep having to hold him to warm him up. And once i start doing that, he gets lively again, but then he doesn't want to go back after that . I put a bunch of straw around him to keep him warm and also added vitamins to his water, hoping that will help him abit. How long do you think it will take for him to grow in his winter feathers? I feel so bad for him, but i know he needs to adjust, so i'm trying to be a tough momma and let go. Is there anything i can do to help him? I know polish aren't very cold hardy P.S i know chickens can survive in very cold temperatures. I have chickens for years and never had an issue with the cold. But i think hes been alittle temperature shocked.