Hello All, I am raising my first chicks (White Rock, BR, Bantam BR, and NH Red) and was hoping to get your advice on transitioning them to the great outdoors. They are entering their 6th week starting today. We live in NH and it has been quite warm lately and their coop is not insulated so when the sun hits in the afternoon it is too warm for them inside. The girls are really getting too big for their brooder and we finished the run this weekend (fully enclosed 20 x 8). They have been in the coop at night as soon as it cools down which they love. They do not know how to negotiate the ramp yet but will start working on that tonight. Would it be okay to leave them outside during the day at this age? The area under the coop is 8 x 4 and also enclosed so they always would have shade available. If not, what do others do during this "transition stage". I thought the transition would be the coop and then eventually the coop and run, but it is too warm right now in the coop all day. Thanks for any advice you have!