I just got 4 baby Rhode Island reds that are about 1 week old. The man at the feed store told me that I wouldn't need a heat lamp as we live in florida. He said just to put them in a room away from drafts and to close off the air conditioning vents in that room. Now its late and I'm not sure if the babies are too cold. I am reading that at 1 week they should be like 90 degrees. It is more like 77-80 in the room. I tried putting another lamp (not a heat lamp) near them but it is really not keeping them much warmer and I don't think they'll sleep with the light on. I can try to buy a real heat lamp in the a.m. but will they be ok tonight?