So I have 15 day old chicks in a brooder in my garage. The temperature tomorrow is supposed to be 63-65 degrees at 6 am when I leave for work and a high of 100. I’ve been keeping a heat lamp on them but by the afternoon my garage is so warm from the outside temperature that if I was home I would turn off the lamp and put the girls outside in their coop/run. I’m wondering if they would be ok if I just turned off the lamp off when I leave in the morning? There would be a couple hours where the temp would be low like 65 -75 degrees but slowly get warmer throughout the afternoon. There would be would be no drafts. I also have a brooder plate heater but it takes up half the brooder and it too gets hot and they would have to hang out all the way to one side of brooder. I could also raise the heat lamp higher too I guess. I have a feeling they will be fine without a heat source but I don’t want to assume and hurt my babies. It was easier with my existing flock cause I got them in March so I didn’t have to deal with hot summer days. I could also put them in the house in a plastic tub cause the house would be warm enough too. I don’t have ac. What would you do?