I have an order of 18 baby chicks coming in a couple weeks. 14 of them are silkies, 2 silver laced wyandottes, and 2 blue copper marans. I've got a brooder that I'm working to complete that will be staying in an outside building. I live in VA, where it gets pretty **** cold. I anticipate several nights being below freezing point. I've got a sweeter heater that I'll install in the brooder and keep there for maybe two weeks until they get too big for the brooder. While they won't be exposed to a draft, I'm concerned about them getting cold. I was thinking I could put another infrared heater in the building somewhat near the brooder to take the chill out of the air. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Bringing them into the house is not an option at this point. Thanks!