Hi y'all! After a couple of years of wishing and planning, I finally have my chickens! I just got 6 2-month-old Golden Comets and they're doing great. I have a couple of questions, though, and I know this is the place to get answers. We're in North Central Florida, and we're getting some coldish nights where the house gets down to about 64-66 degrees. How concerned to I have to be about keeping them warm at this age? They have some real feathers, but not all. Last night, they were huddled together, so we got up several times in the night to turn on a heat source near them. Do y'all think we need to do this, or are we being overprotective first time chick parents? Secondly, I read that this type of chicken matures quickly. The outside coop/run isn't quite ready for them. How long do you think we have before we need to move them outside? This was probably our last "cold" snap. Thanks so much! I'm happy to be posting here at last! --Ivy Mae PS Reading the "first egg" thread kept me up pretty late last night! EDITED TO ADD: after looking at pics of different age chicks, I think these are definitely closer to one month than 2. They are about half feathers, half down and fit in the palm of my hand. They're currently housed in a large dog crate in our house but spent most of today out on the porch.