Okay, so with this arctic blast nonsense that is sticking around (and freezing my toiletries in my insulated house!! --we heat with wood), I'm worried about what I will do if the recurs next year (when I actually have my chickens!). ....what about a woodstove in the coop? I can pretty easily find a small one that I am thinking I could put in a corner of the coop segregated with fencing and fireproofing so the hens cant get near it) to use when it's steadily freezing outside. It'd be a lot more affordable for me to put a log or two in it a day to keep temps in the 40s vs some mega watt heat lamp that I have to leave on all the time and run my electric bill up. Has anyone else done anything with woodstoves? Or am I delusional with this idea... I thought about also a propane lantern, because they throw of a LOT of heat and that would also act as a source of extra "sunshine" when I can't have my birds outside. But then I can't leave it on 24 hours a day, so then they'd freeze when the lantern was off. SO I'm thinking woodstove. Input appreciated!