Hi everyone, This is my very first post, however, I have been perusing the forum for the past 8 months in anticipation for our spring baby chick order. Since last summer, I've been doing a lot of research in my free time on raising chickens, fighting the alderman to continue allowing residents their right to own them, and have been anxiously awaiting their arrival . They were originally scheduled to be delivered this week, however, it seems there has been a delay in hatching Faverolles & bantam Wyandottes and now, they will not be ready for shipment until late June - early July! In the interim, I have set up a well insulated indoor (in our dining room) electric hen/brooder for them before transferring them to a coop we had built in our yard. I am wondering if this indoor set-up is necessary since they will be coming when our days and evenings are muggy and hot (usually high 80s - low 90s)? Any advice from those in the know would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks!