I saw this coming, hoped it wouldn't, but here it is and I guess we have to deal with it... We have 9 hens, 4 months old: 2 BO, 2 SLW, 2 Barred Rock, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Red Sex Link, 1 Australorp. We have the new coop/shed, intended for our 9 with room for some growth - the coop section is 6x9 attached to a 8x12 covered outdoor run. Neighbor has 6 hens, 6 months old, some of which are laying (and have been doing so for several weeks). 1 EE, 1 BR, 2 Australorp, 1 BO, 1 RIR or Red Sex Link. Their coop is a piece of crap 10x12 shed that was originally used for lawnmower storage. It has one completely open end that was closed up over the warm/dry months with chicken wire. Holes in the sides, similarly, were covered up with chicken wire. The floor is dirt covered with a couple bales of straw. Winter took it's time to arrive, but arrive it has. For the past 48 hours we have had snow, then wind and rain, now just continual rain. The straw is soaked and nothing blocks the wind. A few months ago, the gal next door was injured (broken back), lost her job, claims no disability income, has no money to care for her chickens. We've been buying the feed for them for the past 3 months. We're discussing the need to move these 6 hens into our coop, as soon as we hear from our BYC consulting team. I know it would be desirable to quarantine the birds, but that's not an option. I don't know where that would happen that doesn't include the cold and wet shed they live in now. I'm thinking about moving them over to our coop tonight after ours have gone to roost. Or we could take them there now while everyone is awake and sit around watching to see what happens. Please - what do you advise here?