Hi y'all! I am pretty new to chickens, I just started with chicks this last March and now have 5 New Hampshire Reds and 3 Americaunas. This will be my first winter with them, and I have seen many articles about winterizing your coop, but they are all for climates that get a lot colder than it does here. I live in East Texas and it rarely snows here in the winter and doesn't even get below freezing that much. Just wondered if I could get some input from some other people who live in warmer areas as well. Just not sure what to do to winterize or what temperatures they can withstand. I just don't feel like it's necessary here to do as much in areas where it snows all winter and is below freezing. I would appreciate any and all help, just want my girls to be cozy and happy this winter! They live in a coop that is attached to a covered run and free range several hours daily.