Somehow (I blame the bunny!) the light in the coop was ripped down yesterday. We have no power in the coop, so I had strung an extension cord up to have a light. I thought it was fool proof. I had even really pulled on it to make sure it was not coming down. Somehow it came down. Popped off all the nails from the ceiling holding the cord in place. It must have been tugged HARD. I *think* it was the rabbit we keep in the coop. She has been also gnawing through the fencing, stealing eggs, and making a mess. She will be gone today. This is the third winter I have used this light, but the first with the bunny. The light had smoldered in the shavings and blew up. Pieces and shards everywhere. Some are even embedded in the wall. Scary. It was a miracle none of my chickens (or the bunny) were severely injured. One hen had a cut on her foot. She is resting nicely in my garage. And it was more than a miracle the coop didn't light on fire. Shards of glass are all through the DLM, so I need to do a full clean out today. It is -15*C (about 5*F) this morning. So, please, double check your lights today.