Hello All, over the last couple months I have spent countless hours browsing the forum here, gleaning information. I ordered my chicks today and have been told I should expect them Thursday. This brings me to my question, I am going to be brooding in my coop, I built the coop counting on this, it is insulated and draft free. Over the last couple of days I have been running the heat lamp trying to get it right. The coop floor is 6x6 , my question is how critical is the temperature directly under the light? There is plenty of room in the coop for them to get as far from or as close to the light as they would like. It just seems that if I put the light at one height it is 110f under the light, I move it up ever so slightly and it is 85 under the light, my thought is to err on the side of too hot, because I live in Pennsylvania and there is still cold weather to come, and they can just not sit directly under the light (are they this smart?) am I right in this thinking? These are my first chickens and I want to make sure I get it right. Thanks in advance!!!