Hey all- I'm looking into getting the coop ready for winter. Here's my coop, and the plan we've got in place: For the run - Hay bales around the outside, 2 levels tall with plywood across the top (over the run - from one row of hay to the other to support the weight) to protect from snow and to insulate a bit. We will leave gaps for airflow. I know to not set these up until necessary so the little varmints don't make a home in them. The coop - lock the windows down, add one gable vent on each end up above roost level (we have these, just have to cut the holes and screw them in w/hardware cloth behind them). Also considering adding a heat lamp to keep the inside warmer but this is still up in the air. I am concerned with the water freezing, so I am not sure what to do about that. We may need to grab some caulking of some sort and run it along a few gaps to decrease drafts. Anything I'm forgetting? I'm in NH, so we'll be looking at snow, ice, and COLD temps... Thanks!!