It is definitely winter here and the snow is coming on heavy! We have been worried about our chickens (this is our first winter with them and so we don't have any experience) being in the mud and snow. We have covered about 2/3rds of our run with a tarp to keep out the snow and keep the ground dry. But our run is only 3 feet high and so I am concerned about my hens not getting enough daylight or even being able to see. Once it stops snowing, I can remove the tarp, but the snow could last a week or more. Anyone see any problems with our setup? I can take a picture if I need to. Also, it is going to get down to 23 degrees at night this week. We have a nice sturdy coop, but it is not insulated, nor completely enclosed (the ramp goes up the middle of the coop so there is always an opening). We have six chickens but I am still worried about them getting too cold. How cold is too cold for a chicken? Thanks in advance for anyone's help!