Hello all! I have a few winter questions: 1. I have been reading a lot of negatives about heat lamps and would like to ween our girls off of the warm and toasty temps they've gotten used to... we have been using the heat lamp up high in their coop since the beginning because we live in a colder area, we kept it off in summer, though. Now, as I read a lot about how dangerous they are I want to stop using it, but fear the sudden temperature change since it has been quite cold outside. Any tips on how to do this without affecting the girls too much? 2. We have a fairly small run that does not have a roof over it... it does have netting to keep predators out, but that will not hold snow. There is a small space (about 4X3 feet) under the coop itself that would stay snow free for the most part, and on days with wind we can shovel it out. It this enough for them to scratch and find shelter on snowy days? 3. Water does freeze outside up here... I have read a lot of tricks with cans and water basins or pots to make a heater, so to speak, for the waterers. However, we have hanging waterers with little nipples underneath and those will not sit on anything. Is there a way to keep those from freezing or do we need to get different waterers? 4. Do we need to insulate the coop or wrap the run? We do not have funds to buy anything like insulation, so is there a cheap fix for this? Right now the coop is plywood boards with no windows, but two hatch doors that are closed at night. Also the roof has a small opening that probably allows wind to get in... we can cover this, but will that be enough? THANK YOU for all the help!! We only have 4 little girls and we have grown to love them... we want them to be healthy and happy!