We have 11 chicks that were hatched October 6. Our coop is built inside our pole barn to keep the chickens out of the weather. We have 4 hens and a rooster already out there. We are not planning on using a heat source to heat the coop. We do have a ton of straw out there. We live in NW Ohio, the weather will be turning very cold here in a couple weeks. We thought about putting our new chicks in the coop before it gets really cold, thinking maybe the chicks will get used to the cool weather before it gets freezing cold. This will be our first winter with chickens/chicks, and are looking for advice.