Hello chicken peeps, I have a few day-old chicks arriving at the end of next week and my hope/plan is to encourage my broody Buff Orpington to adopt them. If it works and she takes to them as their new mom, do I need to worry about temps with the babies, or will my hen take care of it? I'm in Massachusetts and in late April, daytime temps will be in the 50s-upper 60s and nighttime temps in the 40s and 50s. I am prepared to raise them inside if the "adoption" isn't successful. But now I'm wondering about the whole 95 degree thing... I do know chicks need to be warm, but I also know that chickens have been raising babies in the spring without the help of humans and heat lamps for a looooong time. Any thoughts and ideas or experience with this is much appreciated. Thank you!!!!