Hi - i'm Janis, I'm new to this forum and new to raising baby chicks of my own. I have 6 chicks, each a different breed. While they have a lot of feathers they still have some fluff. The brooder is a large dog crate, they're currently in my garage and we have a heat lamp on one side of the brooder and a roosting bar on the cooler side and they have been using it. Today my mother came over and told me that they're getting big and that i should put them out in the coop and if i don't they'll start fighting etc. So I put them outside in the coop and it's about 50 degrees this evening, when i went out to check on them they were huddled and one was kind of off to the side, they didn't even bother to run when i picked them up, they almost seemed lethargic, so i put them in a box and brought them back into the garage, they were actually pretty warm, i got nervous that it was too cold for them. i'm hoping i did the right thing, as soon as i brought them back in the house they were back to their old selves. I did a little bit of googling and from what i read it should be about 65 outside for 4 week old chicks. Did i do the right thing?