Hi everyone! It's 14* or so here in Southern NH and I went down to do chores this morning. I opened the coop and there on one of the roosts was one of my girls. She had 1 foot up and the foot that was up was shivering. Our coop is small, not insulated. I just swapped out their cold water for some nice warm water. That is usually what I do a few times a day. Is this normal? We do not have electricity to the coop and would prefer to not have a heat lamp. Any suggestions? I also left then the option of going out into the run today in the new snow so they have a door open to the outside as well. I will attach a few pics of the coop so you all can see the size of the coop with the amount of girls that we have. Thank you!