I am supposed to get red ranger meat chicks this Friday (was supposed to be last week but hatchery had to push me back a week). I just finally did the math for temperatures to start them at 95 degrees and then decreasing 5 degrees each week, to get them to approx 70 degrees would take 5 weeks. For some reason I was thinking they would be out in the tractors by 3 definitely 4 weeks. Granted 4 vs 5 weeks is not that much but considering the life span of these guys, every week is significant. I will definitely pay attention to when they feather out fully but anybody care to share their experience of when they moved their chicks outside? Instead of a week could I shorten it to 4-5 days to decrease the temp?Do you still include a heat lamp when outside?