Hi all. I'm in Colorado and my chickens refuse to leave the coop when there is snow on the ground. Since this storm we are currently having is going to keep temps below freezing for an entire week, I'm concerned about the water situation. I know the importance of ventilation but I read recently you shouldn't even have their water inside the coop because it adds too much moisture. Obviously I can't let them go a whole week without water. Do I give them water a few times a day, removing it after they have all had a drink? Does a water dish really put that much moisture in the coop that's it's that much of a concern?