Ok, I keep reading all these old threads and it seems that my chickens will be ok in this unusually cold weather, but I need some reassurance please! It's not usually colder than 20F here in the winter, and even then that's probably a handful of times each winter. This past week it's been in the teens at night with a daytime high of 30-32F. We had 6 inches of snow yesterday afternoon (also very unusual) and tonight it's supposed to dip to 5, with highs in the 20s for the next several days. Yikes! The snow isn't going to melt like it usually does either. My chickens have barely moved today, which worries me even more since they haven't been eating like usual. I've been tossing handfuls of regular feed, scratch, and sunflower seeds at them all day and they aren't very interested! They are freaked about the snow, and two have stayed the coop most of the day (interestingly enough it's the two that are at the end of a molt). The coop is uninsulated but draft-free with ventilation. I put a temp sensor in there (with the info in the house) and last night it was about 4 degrees warmer in the coop than outside. Still! Will they be ok? Or should I put some hot water bottles in there? Or what else? I loaned my heat lamp to someone with chicks and never got it back so no light available (though I read that they aren't a good idea anyway). I just spread straw all over the run (learned from another thread) and they ventured out for a few minutes, felt better about moving around in the snow, but then headed back inside. Is there anything more I should do? I also tossed a bunch of scratch and feed in the coop (usually there is no food in there) but I'm afraid to put water in there because I think it will either spill or make it to humid in the coop. Am I doing it right? should I just move them to the garage for the week? Thank you!!