Looking for some suggestions/thoughts. My wife got four chicks and we've been following the heat schedule (95, 90, 85, 80; weeks 1-4). We're now in the latter half of week four and I'm a little puzzled how to transition them to the coop in the FL summer heat (week 6ish). It's been low to mid 90's but heat index is upper 90's, so not sure right way to do this especially if they need to be kept in the coop for a few weeks before being let out into the run. Should we keep them at 80 for the next three weeks in brooder inside and then throw them suddenly in 90-95+ heat outside or is there a better way to transition them? We took them outside for the first time this week and they were all panting and sprawling their wings out, so we got nervous and brought them back in. That reaction is what made us unsure how to transition them. Tried it a second time, later in afternoon and in the shade and they ran around normal. Any thoughts about best way to transition to coop in two weeks given the heat?