Our Odd Situation: We currently live in a townhouse with a small-ish backyard. We can have chickens, it’s just not incredibly ideal for a large, mature flock. We will be moving out of this house and into a house with more land towards the end of the year, but we wanted to get a jumpstart on raising our flock so that we would be much closer to egg production age when we can build them a permanent home. We didn’t want to have to wait until next spring to start from scratch with chicks. Here’s my question: Do any of yall have a small space setup that you think works really well? Or, could someone maybe sketch a quick idea if you’ve got one? We won't be at this same house by the time they're old enough to lay eggs. Also (and probably most importantly), We live in Wyoming, where we have extremely harsh winters. What are you biggest aids in helping chickens cope and survive in the cold weather? Coop hacks/ideas, winter feeding tricks, etc.