I have a ceramic heat emitter in my brooder for heat. In the beginning I also used a red heat lamp above the brooder for the light and additional heat. The heat emitter is doing fine now on it's own reaching the required temp of 90 ish degrees for 10day old chicks (6 chicks total). My question has to do with light...I thought the heat emitter would help with getting them used to day/night pattern of the world. ..is it better for the chicks to have the red light at night or is ok for them to have darkness now? Tonite I have the red light off to the side and it illuminates some of where their feeders are. The chicks have been quiet and sleeping so far in the shadowy part of the brooder near the heat (in their usual napping spots). Any thoughts would be most welcome!