I searched for this in the forums, but didn't find much, so I'll post the question. If I keep my chicks in a cooler environment (not too cool, but on the cooler side for their age), will they feather faster? It makes sense logically, but anybody have any experience, or data to show this? I've had my heat lamp pretty much in the same spot for the last few weeks, showing it about 90 degrees directly under the lamp. Chicks are all between three and five weeks. They still were laying down directly under the light and didn't seem too warm. I raised it about 18 inches and they still seem ok. I'm wondering if it will speed up feathers, cause I want them out of the laundry room. As always, thanks!