OK, so i've been reading around at all sorts of sites, from brooding to feeding, cleaning and everything else inbetween. One thing i havn't read about yet is about the cold, i would assume since they are native to the area they are fine with temperatures down as low as the...35-40's(as an extreme). Or would the best thing to do is to have a smaller cage indoors or with a heat lamp to keep them warm. Would that be the best way to keep egg production all year as well? any insight?