My chicks are two weeks old yesterday, today or tomorrow - not sure what the hatching/shipping math is. I received them 2 weeks ago tomorrow (Thursday) We dutifully set the heat in the brooder at 95 degrees and it quickly seemed to be too warm for them. Changed out the 250 degree infrared lamp for a 150 and for the last week they've been happy with it at 80 degrees. Weather here is in the mid-high 60's; will be likely heading upwards from that. The four chicks have been spending half an hour or so a day outside exploring their run; then we bring them back inside. We've been keeping the heat lamp off for several hours during the day; the heat has gone down to 70-75 degrees or so. I turned the lamp back on for them this evening; it was over 80 degrees. Felt a bit warm in there so I just turned it off. They were all laying still, away from the lamp, and within a few seconds they've all become active again. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? I'm wondering if they were too warm and I should just leave the lamp turned off over night. Can't raise it any higher than it is currently so that's not an option. Worried they'll be too hot/too cold overnight depending on what I do.