Sorry. I ran out of space in the title. Anyways... Hi! I have a bunch of Silkie chicks. They range in age from two weeks to four weeks. I just moved the older ones to a bigger brooder in the garage. They went from being in a little plastic tub with twenty chicks to being in a giant stock tank with only 6 of them. They are in the garage, and I might have the heat a little too high, but I'm paranoid about them getting too cold tonight. I don't really trust my thermometer either. lol. They are all piled together near the heat lamp (but not directly under it) and they all seem to want to lay on their sides and stretch out as much as possible. I would think that if they were cold they would be directly under it huddling, and if they were warm they would be way on the edges of the heat. Are they just content and trying to stretch, or is this a sign that they aren't happy. Lol. I told you I'm paranoid. PS I just went out and checked on them and they were all sleeping and didn't even want to move when I was near them. I think they are just comfy, but I dont know.