Add on-If it is cold outside to the point they can’t stand it,they will stand inside until they t the courage to go out or until the weather goes up a degrees or so.If you can’t stand it outside then probably neither can they and they usually aren’t in a itch to go out of it it’s seriously that cold,I’m talking zero below,anything above twelve they seem to do fine in.Good ventilation and they will be fine.
If they're willing to go, yes.Hey y’all I got my first flock of chicks three weeks ago they are doing very well. I was wondering if during the winter you still open the coop to let them in the run?
Hmm... maybe 12*F is the magic number. I agree, generally once it hits double digits they are outside. Also wind less than 35mph. Also they prefer to see dirt than walk in the snow, but will walk in the snow eventually when they get hungry enough.