Hey all, I recently built a much bigger coop for my chickens and want to be sure my girls will be warm enough. You guys in Canada and Michigan will be laughing at me, no doubt, but I always worry for them Anyway, I live in Atlanta, so the temps are never terribly cold, but it's been pretty chilly lately. The new coop is raised off the ground several feet with a wire mesh floor, and then under that a plywood floor that slides out so we can clean it. Since it's movable, that bottom edge isn't completely closed. And the top front edge is open for ventilation. Their perches are large-diameter dowel rods. Is this good enough to keep my girls happy? The coldest it ever, ever gets here is in the twenties, but that's not too common. I use a water heater so their water never freezes, so that's not a problem.