I just got my first 4 chickens last night from a friend. They are two years old and have been free ranging..and they have even been sleeping outside and not going in their coop for months. I now have them in a 10 x 10 shed that is insulated. There are two windows (one faces north and one south). I have left the south window half open. The north window is in line with their perch so I am reluctant to open it…but not sure that it matters since it is north. My first question is: How should I handle the set up? Second: I opened the small chicken door this morning that leads to the yard. They have no interest in going out. I put two of them out and they came right back in. Granted, we live in Ohio and are getting a lot of snow today so I would have no interest in going out either. Do I encourage them more to go out since they are new to the coop or just let them go if they want? What about leaving the door open everyday even if it is cold for ventilation and to give them the option? (Their door also faces south. There is no water or snow coming in it.) Is their ever a time when I would not want to leave their door open during the day? I would appreciate any advice someone can give. Thanks!