Hi, we are new to Seramas and have bought a young trio for my daughter to show for 4-H. They are currently living in the house while we decide how/where to build their coop. We live in Nova Scotia and have long, cold, damp winters. So I am trying to figure out how to keep the little guys warm. I thought we could build an area in the goat shed for them, under the hay loft but above the goats heads. With their own little door to an enclosed run. So they could benefit from the heat from the goats but still be kept separate. If any of you could give your opinion on this I'd appreciate it. I'm not sure how warm the Seramas need their coop to stay, but the goat shed normally stays above freezing.