Hello everyone, this will be our first winter with chickens and I'm concerned about adequate ventilation. We live in East Central Minnesota and get the -40 temps in winter and up to 100s in the summer. Our coop is an old ice fishing house consisting of styrofoam between sheets of plywood for the walls. I am wondering if the two roof vents are adequate ventilation? Do you still keep the vents open when its -40? In the summer we have a screened window, but that will have to be closed up in the winter. We have 12 araucana/americaunas and one buff cochin. Any advice would be appreciated!