OK, I am now raising a set of chicks. I had them in the house for 2 weeks, and then put them outside in a shelter with two heat lamps. There are 10 chicks, 2 female Faverolles. The others are 2 EEs, 3 bantam Wyandottes, 2 bantan brahmas, and 1 standard Wyandotte. It *WAS* colder than the chicks liked when I tossed them out. The Wyandotte bantams looked more unhappy than the others, BUT the Faverolles were VERY unhappy, even worse off than the bantams! After a few days the Wyandotte bantams were acting like the other chickens, but those Faverolles are STILL unhappy! The Faverolles stay in the heat more than any of the others, and sit down most of the time. They will even sit down while eating and drinking. WHY? Their feet look fine. They can run about without any problems. Is this a Faverolle thing?