In the winter, we're down to just chickens, though we have three different batches going at the moment: mature laying hens, 10 week old pullets which will join the flock in the spring, and Kathryn's bantams.
There is strength in numbers in the cold weather, and everyone has done a good job of keeping each other warm. Water changes three times a day keep the ice away, and plenty of food to spare keep the girls in good shape. I'm always amazed that they don't all just huddle under the heat lamps, but in fact prefer to sit on their normal roosts.
We've lost a few eggs to freezing, but all in all, we've weathered the icy blast.