Hi all, I had a guinea hatch out some babies about a 5-6 weeks ago. They've all done well, but right now we're experiencing an awful cold snap. Colder than usual for this time of year. It's only in the 30's today, and with the wind and clouds feels even colder. I'm wondering if I did the right thing. The babies were all doing well, they're getting feathered out well, but their undersides are still kind of fuzzy. Wings are feathered, but not heads. There is one we noticed a day ago that seemed to be straggling behind and cold. Once the sun came out and the momma took them over to the south side of the barn where they could get out of the wind and snuggle in the hay, they all seemed okay again. Today, there's no sun, and it's pretty windy. The same chick was straggling behind again, and when I got close, it looked to be trembling. I scooped it up, and brought it inside to warm it up. I gave it some warm water with a little sugar in it. (just a couple beak dips) and have it in a box, with a burlap sack sitting on top of the warm stove top. (I was baking) I'm afraid now I've warmed it up and it's going to be really cold if I take it back out. Any ideas?? What would you do, or what should I have do now? I'm not a huge fan of guineas, but I'm still not willing to let any of them suffer. Thanks for your help!