This is our first time having a broody momma hatch chicks for us. She is doing so in a quiet coop that is connected to the main coop by a run (which has a divider currently). The coop is about 30 inches off the ground with a chicken ladder leading from the ground to a hole in the floor. There is a 5-inch litter dam surrounding the hole in the floor. My question is... Will she lead the chicks down to eat when it is time or do I need to put food in the coop? Eggs hatched on Sunday afternoon. I did put a small watered in the coop Sunday evening. We hear lots of peeping and have seen a chick or two but no one has come down to eat. Currently in a cold spell - daytime temps around 50 with nighttime temps in the lower 30s. Warming back to 60s/40s starting Thursday. Thanks in advance for the assistance. We want to let nature do what it does and not interfere too much but we also don't want to be any cause for hunger!