As I've written about previously, all the animals have protection from wind and water. Wall mounted heaters are protecting them from frostbite. At dawn we gave the alpaca and llama large bowls of alfalfa mixed with molasses. The chickens and guinea fowl ate hot oatmeal mixed with dried cherries. The ducks got a warm duck soup of chopped greens and warm water. The dogs got an extra helping of their favorite dog food. The rabbit got a very sweet banana.
Here are a few photos at -10F from Unity. Yes, an iPhone 5S works well at that temperature, although fingers using the phone do not last long.
I added bricks to the top of the bee hives to prevent the covers from blowing off. We added sugar feeders to the inside of each hive and replaced the hive opening with a very small "winter" front door. A capping of snow insulation is keeping them warm.
We refilled every bird feeder, ensuring our juncos, chickadees, bluebirds, wrens, finches, titmice, woodpeckers, cardinals, and nuthatches have maximal nutrition.