We just picked up our chicks from the post office, and I want to make sure they are okay... I went last week to store to get all necessary materials. I asked about a thermometer and the girl said I really didn't need one at this time of the year in Virgina, but since then a cold front has blown through. It is 50 outside and the chicks are in the cold garage. They are all huddled under the light, which means they are cold, right? But, the light is already as low as it will go. It's about 12-18 inches off the ground. Could it just be because they are so young? Maybe they will be more active tomorrow?