They are 4 weeks old. I have been running the heat lamp in their tractor when temps drop below 50 degrees. Most nights it has been in the 30's with daytime highs in the 60's. I go out at night and they are nicely huddled under the light. I've read that they shouldn't need extra heat when fully feathered. Being Cornish Crosses, they don't really fully feather... ever. Here is a pic showing the various stages they are in. I'd love to be able to not have the heat lamp on at night, but don't want to stress them or have them smother each other trying to keep warm. We are supposed to have some cold days ahead with rain and daytime highs only in the 40's. Thanks for your input.