So, my baby chicks arrived a day early, which was nice. I would've made this post sooner, but we were having trouble with the chicks, so I had started another thread about that. Anyway, we have one silver laced wyandotte named Penny, one light brahma named Ronnie, and one buff orpington who doesn't have a name yet, although we might call her Buffy When we put the chicks in their large plastic bin, Ronnie attacked Penny, so we had to put Ronnie in a separate box, still inside the bin, so that she could be warm, although her box is placed in between the warm and cool side so she can have both. Other than that, the chicks seem to be doing fine, all eating and drinking. Penny is especially loud, with a shrill chirp, which worried me a little at first, but she seems fine now and she and Buffy seem to be pretty bonded. They pecked at each other once or twice, but I think they're fine. Since it's summertime, at what age can I bring the chicks outside to play for a little bit? Also, if anyone has any advice on how to deal with Ronnie being so aggressive, it would be greatly appreciated!