This will be my first winter with Turkens (2 hens) They are actually polish turkens so they do have feathers on the top of their heads but the whole face and neck area are exposed skin. I'm a bit worried about them and wonder if anyone with experience knows if there is something special I should do for them. I'm in Michigan and it gets very cold and lots of snow... my coop is un-heated as many suggest on here. It's been getting down to about mid-20's right now, and so far no snow and their skin has turned very red... is this normal? maybe apply bag balm or something to the skin? Should I make them little chicken scarves or something? lol. Any input is appreciated.