Currently it is around 90 degrees during the day and getting down to 70 at night. Occassionally 65 degrees. This batch of baby chicks are the most enegetic I have ever had. They are in a big plastic tube in my bathroom with a light (there is 12 of them). They have a perch, but keep jumping on top of there food and water. As the level of food and water go down, they are tumping them over!!! I have bigger feeders/waterers but don't want to put them in the brooder....they take up too much room. The chicks are 75% feathered. Heads and tummies are still downey. Can I go ahead and move them to the outside coop segregation area?? Can't put a heat lamp out there, it would make the coop too hot for my big girls. The coop stays around 80 degrees. I have a ventilation fan which makes a breeze. I really want to move them. I worry while I'm at work that they have tumped their food and water...Can I move them to the coop segregation area now or should I wait another week? Advice please.