Hi! I live in Minnesota and to say our winter has started out strong is an understatement. We are supposed to have -56 degrees windchills tomorrow. We have an insulated chicken house and a few brooder lamps, but I am hoping someone can share some ideas to help stregthen or improve their ability to fight off disease during these rough winters. Last year I lost a group to a respiratory infection that I was lucky to finally get under control. But I just lost one this morning - a newer chicken and I am hoping to start off this year with some precautionary measures. I feed a variety diet of scratch and layers along with fruits (bananas, pears,) and bread items throughout the week. I had thought about adding some baby foods to their regime. But not sure if I am on the right path? Any guidance would be much appreciated . Our chickens provide us eggs but are also our pets and we want to do right by them. THANK YOU!!