My chicks are about 2 1/2 weeks old - I think. They arrived at the feed store here in FL on March 27th. Would you assume they were born on or around the 24th or 25th of March? I don't know which hatchery they're from, but I know they're from a big hatchery so I assume they shipped them as Day Old chicks... any ideas? So... they're outside in an enclosed run now with no heat lamp during the day. It's the mid 80s during the day so I assume they're okay outside. We bring them in at night with the red lamp. Today I noticed 2 of the 3 chicks sleeping/laying weird. I thought they were dead at first. I know little bitty chicks sleep face-down sometimes, but these girls are getting their feathers and are bigger, so I thought the odd sleeping position phase was over. They sit sort of normal, then kick both legs out to the side and sort of stretch out, lay their heads down and drop their wings down a bit. It looks almost like they're sleeping on their side (or dead). When I go out there and call them, they hop up and peep like crazy running around... So do chicks (or chickens for that matter) ever sleep sort of on their sides like this? Or is this a sign of some sort of problem? THANKS!