1)I followed the directions on these forums for setting up their brooder with proper heat etc. I put a thermometer under the light and dialed it in to a nice 90-95 degree range as recommended. Is it normal for them to huddle in a ball underneath it? They only seem to do it when they want to take a nap (sometimes one or two chicks, sometimes all them). The rest of the time they're very active, running around and seem to be happily exploring their new home. They seem fine on the colder side of the brooder as long as they're moving. Is this all normal? I just want to be sure they're getting enough heat as it's still quite cold here (45 right now) 2)They're doing a lot of pecking at the wood chips on the floor and mostly ignoring their feed in the feeders. Every now and then one of them will peck at it for awhile but then they seem to forget. Do I need to do anything else for them or will they figure it out on their own? Are they actually eating the wood chips or just pecking at them? thanks!