3 While most of US can escape the cold by stepping inside...most farm animals spend the winter months outside, or under the roofs of barns that may be drafty at best... Channel 4's Tim Pulliam caught up with a local farmer, who's doing all HE can to protect his animals AND his plants in this Florida chill ..Tim? 3 3 00-1012-15Bill DiStanisloa owns and operates all 15 acres of NaVera Farms in Nassau County.Bill DiStanisloa 0032 My farm is a holistic, organic farm. And we focus on the animals.The care of the animals.Especially during frigid temp --- which are slated to dip even lower into the teen's by Tuesday night. This farmer is already busy trying to keep all 240 warm, which include: Goats, Cows and Chickens.1023 She's cold.. no she's alright ..she just feels that way but she's alright. Butter ball and friends will be ok because Bill says each animal house will have temperature controlled heat lamps.0545 We have an outlet right there. If it hits the teens.. we'll take a cord and take it this way to Henny Penny's house. That will protect The turkey and all of her colleagues in there.Bill also says each house is positioned to block cold wins from the north. If the wind is expected to shift, he says he'll use plywood, heavy duty plastic or a tarp keep it off his animals. 3 Tim, Does he have crops and if so, how does he protect them?