Our chicks began hatching yesterday (2 of them), so far today we have 3 more. And they are all kind of being jerks to each other! We have to take the hatchlings out of the incubator pretty quickly, b/c they are very active and are knocking around all the other to-hatch eggs if we leave them in the incubator for any significant amount of time. Well, the ones that hatched yesterday instantly started picking on the first of todays, so we made a separate "recovery" area in the brooder. But then as new ones were hatching, the slightly older (by a few hours) one(s) would harass the new one. But when moved in with the other chicks from yesterday, they would *still* harass the newcomer. My husband is home with them, and he says they are being really mean and are "going for the eyes". I don't know if this is entirely true or not, but is this normal? Are we doing something wrong? Should we change from the red light bulb to a regular white one (is the red one too "exciting"? lol) I don't want them to all be isolated and alone, I know generally chickens like to have other chickens around, but I also don't want to come in to find a bunch of bloody carcasses. Thanks for any info/advice on this, I totally do not remember this being an issue when I was a kid.