Hello all. I started my account here back in 2014 - but have taken my sweet time (apparently since it's 2017) reading and trying to figure out as much as I could before buying my first chicks. During my reading - and all the conversations with friends I managed to somehow miss the topic of "pasty butt" but had a crash course in it last night. I have 7 chicks 2 White Leghorns, 4 RIR, and 1 Black Silver laced Wyandotte. I know only buying 1 of a breed is a no no - but she was in a "tank" with the RIR's I bought - the only one and looked so lonely. They are all home and, so far, seem to be doing well. I live in Ohio - where I am sure most of you know the winters can be rough from time to time. As it's only February it can still get pretty cold. Any advice on when I should move them out to the coop? This is the part I am most nervous about. Right now they are a week old. Here are some pictures of my little babies.The Black Silver laced Wyandotte isn't really friendly so taking her picture hasn't been easy --or catching her.. I hope she calms down as she gets older. Also, thank you all for the help and advice you probably didn't know you were giving. r.