Hello all! After the culling of Hawking (disabled chick) I realized how much I want the best for these little guys. That’s brought me on the topic of lifespan. I’ve seen anywhere from a year and a half on constant light to five years. I have a white light now, I tried red and mine actually got more aggressive! They pecked and fought with each other. It was baffling. In white light they are normal, bouncing babies. Go figure . but anyways. I have the babies on constant light right now, until they start feathering up with real feathers and I can wean them off light. Then I’m planning to only light about 8 hours a day and leave it off at night, and once summer or spring hits try to move them to a lit room (I keep them inside, in a “quarantine” room right now I’m terrified of disease!). Any other tips for increasing lifespan besides not pushing it on the light aspect once they are able to go without a lamp? Much appreciated!