I have a lady who is dealing with a ton of crap, call her a rescue. Her name is Scrappy. Anyways, she's been battling some respiratory stuff since we got her and I have been giving electrolytes and vitamins plus vet Rx. I also started treating her with ivermectin for mites and internal, as she has a constant dirty vent. Today I saw that my other ladies just pecked the feathers and skin from her tail area, leaving her bloody and fairly unresponsive. I brought her in, cleaned her wounds and saw how badly she's been frost bitten, too. We have been -30 degrees for a long while now in central MN. Long story short, she needs to be seperated, and I have a large dog crate, but it's still around 0 degrees, and I'm hesitant to keep her in the house because of the active mite infestation. Would the garage provide enough warmth? I have a heat lamp on the coop right now, but they need the warmth, too. They are not all in great respiratory condition either and I'd like to keep them under as little stress as possible. Thoughts, insight? Edited to add, we also have a puppy and a rabbit, if that makes a difference on how the mites may impact our house??