I have 16 5-week-old tomorrow chicks in a wire off the ground pen outside. I was trying to get them to six weeks before I put them into what will be their permanent home, a 10 x 10 building that I shut at night with an open pasture (think less than 1 acre) during the day. However, last night we had a cold snap which I somehow did not realize we were going to have and the temp dropped to somewhere in the 40's. When I went out to check on the chicks, I saw that two were standing with their wings down and puffed out near the light. (I do have a heat lamp in the pen, but it is a small one b/c I didn't expect the cold! Is there anything I can do to help them???? I'm desperate and soooo sad I didn't pay more attention to the weather! As I mentioned before, it seemed to hit 2 harder than the rest, but they were two of the smaller ones although they are all the same age. There is one more that is not quite as energetic as usual, but not nearly so sad looking. I hope I'm not going to lose them! (((( I will definitely pay more attention to our night time forecasts in the future!