I've got three chicks--two of them are about 1-1/2 weeks old and the other is 1 week old. I've got my red heat lamp at one end of my rectangular brooder. Every time the thermometer in there gets higher than 85, they all go to the end farthest away from the light. If it's 80, they will sleep in the middle. They are never at the end with the light for more than a minute, but I've been afraid to lower it below that to see if they would stay down there. It's been like this since I got them almost a week ago--i.e., they liked it at 80 when they should have liked it at 95, according to the books. Once in a while they will sleep snuggled up together, but only briefly. Other than that, they don't huddle together. I assume they know best what they need, but being a first-time chicken owner I'm nervous about deviating from the "rules." What do you think? Is everything okay?