My coop is nearly ready to move in, but there is no electricity out there yet. And my ladies are 3 weeks old and quickly outgrowing their brooder in the house. We're all ready for them to move... but the forcast for this week is rather cool (for Texas) with highs in the low 60's and lows in the upper 30s. Is there some sort of temporary heat method I can use to keep them warm without running an extension cord? I have a 3 sided coop as it is um, warm here in this part of Texas most of the year. Though, I do have a wall on the 4th side where the roost goes... If I close them in under the poop board in this 4 wall section, would a 5 gallon bucket of hot water be enough heat for the night? I know it will be a royal pain to do this but it is just until they're feathered out and Texas returns to it's normal steamy weather. Thanks for the help!