We adopted a baby potbelly pig the first week of November - she was about 4 weeks old at the time. She's been living inside since she was so small, but she's already up to 12 pounds and ultimately we want her to live outside. She eats and drinks fine, out of a regular pet bowl, but I'm worried about her staying warm through the winter. We live in east Texas - we rarely get below freezing temperatures, but it does happen. The average daytime temp is around 50-60, although it's been in the high 70s lately. We have a barn -- one side is completely closed, the other side opens to our chicken coop (so gets the wind, but is fenced in). We were planning on putting her in one of the horse stalls -- wood walls and doors, dirt floor. What all would we need to do to equip it for her to stay warm? Or is she just too young? I would feel awful if anything happened to her. We do have an enclosed porch where our dogs sleep at night that we could move her to until the spring, but it would cost $$ to equip it and then more $$ to fix up the barn stall.