I have a very unique situation this winter: Last winter one of my roos got bad frostbite and I would like to avoid that this year. I have searched on here and found that moisture is the problem. I have a 8 by 8 wood shed that I installed 3 more windows in for summer air flow. I plan on installing a couple vents for winter but am worried about the breeds I got this spring. I have a frizzle roo, 3 silkies, and 5 naked necks that I got this spring. Are they going to be okay with a breezy coop, I have heard that they are not very cold tolerant. I noticed how much cleaner the coop has stayed this summer with air flow and would like to accomplish that this winter without making it uncomfortable for my feathered buddies. I know there is a lot of posts on this topic but am having a hard time finding the right answer for my situation. I live in Maine and the next couple nights are already getting down to the high thirties. Thanks everyone!