They've been living the good life in the garage in their brooder for the past 6 weeks and it's time to move them outside. I think I'll move the whole brooder into the big girls run so they can see each other but are separated and protected. And I think I'll bring them in to sleep in a dog crate for another week as it's still dipping into the low 30's at night here. But it warms up into the 60's during the day so I'm not worried about them being out there during the day. And hopefully, if that goes well for a week or two, we can start letting them out for a bit to get to know one another. They still need to put on a bit more weight before I'm comfortable letting them all hang together. But I'm SOOOO excited to get them out of my garage. There are pine shavings EVERYWHERE and every time I open the brooder to change their water or give them food, they all come flying out and immediately poop on the floor. And WHEW!!! That's some potent poop from those chicks.