Hello all, We're starting with chickens tomorrow morning, and I wanted to run by some experts what we have so far, and what we might yet need. We'll be starting with two 32 week old Delaware hens. (two are the maximum allowed without a permit in our city) We have a sturdy, insulated, ventilated, 3x4' raised coop with a 4x8 ft. run that attaches. It also has two nesting boxes and two roosts. I have a block of pine shavings, some pellet feed, some scratch, a plastic feeder, and heated waterer. Here come the naive questions: Do I put the feeder and waterer in the run or in the coop? They need access to water all the time, right? I don't know where to run the cord into it to heat the waterer (it's barely below freezing at night right now, but in another month or so we'll need it). Do I need to get a heat source for the coop, or will these two birds be warm enough snuggling together in a 3x4' coop? Also, we're already down to about only 12 hours of sunlight. Should I be looking for artificial lighting if I'm still hoping for 10 eggs per week from these girls? Thanks so much! We live in Nebraska, if that gives you any environmental reference. It's a sturdy coop.