Hi there. I am a first time chicken farmer as my family calls me. I got my chickens this spring and am experiencing my first winter. We have 16 total birds. One bronze breasted turkey, 2 Swedish ducks, 13 chickens. (D'uccle, Dominique, Rhode island cross, just to name a few) We have a lean to built on the end of our two car garage. I think it was once a dog kennel. We use a deep litter method and feed and water them twice daily. We use a cool whip container to scoop our food and give them two scoops of crumbles and two scoops of scratch. We also give them food scraps when we have them. We have not winterized the run which as I've been reading might be something I should do. Our coop is "insulated" with tarps and 3/4 inch thick sheet insulation. We have a solid door to get in and out of. I'm looking for more tips and help on how to give my birds the best they can get this winter. Temps have been -25 already and I worry they aren't getting enough to eat and potential frost bite. Would really appreciate any information this community has to give. Thank you so much.