Hey all! I need some advice on caring for my flock this winter. It's my first year with more than 3 hens . I live in central Florida where the summers are hot and very humid and the rest of the year it really isn't all that cold, by most standards (being a Florida native I think 55 and below is cold lol). The coop I have for my chickens is really our back porch converted into a coop (works really well against predators) so it's open on all sides except the bottom half and the side that is attached to our house. Now, the coldest it ever gets at my house is lower 30's during the night. Should I temporarily board up my coop for the winter? Or will my girls be fine? What temperatures can they tolerate? I have Barred Plymouth Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, Australorps, Ameraucanas, and some New Hampshire Red mixes. All the articles and magazines I've read have been written from the stand point of someone who see's snow every winter. lol Thank you!