Hey Everyone, it's been a while, but I am back with a couple questions. It's getting to that time of year when the water freezes. I don't/can't have electricity (even an extension cord) to my coop. I live in a Duplex and I also just can't have the risk of fires. Not to mention, I don't even have an outside outlet... HAH. For those of you that know or who do it yourself, how do you water your small flock (I have 4 girls) in the winter without electricity? What are the best containers to use? Additionally, I've been feeding my girls a little dinner (usually I just give them a big breakfast because I read on here that feeding them before they got to bed isn't healthy?). But they are so hungry!! Do you guys feed once a day or twice? Also, I think I read that scratch is often used in Winter to keep chickens warm?? Do I mix this with their regular layer feed? If so, how much? I am really disappointed that the two waterers I bought from Jax months ago leak now, so I can't use them in the coop because as I found out today, yes, they slowly drip...drip...drip...drip. And ruin all the clean shavings. Stupid cheap plastic waterers. Anyway, thank you for your help, I really appreciate it!