Not a very cheery topic, but I was wondering how many folks lost Peas this winter, and if they would be willing to share. I am interested in losses attributed to the cold weather as opposed to predators, injury or disease. Perfectly understandable if you do not wish to put this info on the forum, but I have had several people contact me about the mature male I am selling and almost all of them lost at least one bird during this years cold weather. Many people ask about cold tolerance and sufficient housing and this may help us all understand better, what the birds can tolerate and what they cannot? We ourselves did not lose any, but we are fortunate to have a double-walled and insulated barn that was meant to house poultry, I realize most Pea people don't have this and we all have different set-ups, so just wondering what is working and what is not?