I have six nine week old baby turkeys in a four by eight brooder. They are seriously outgrowing it. We want to build them a pen this weekend so they can have some outside time. It has been in the 70's here during the day and gone down into the 50's at night. A look at our 14 day forecast shows two nights down in the 30's over the next couple of weeks. Is that too cold for them to go without heat? The place we are putting their pen there is no way for us to get power down to it. Do you think they will do OK or should I wait? We had a fire in their brooder yesterday that almost killed them. Their light fell down into the shavings and it was smouldering when my husband found it.(I'm guessing one of them flew up and hit it and knocked it and the nail holding it down.) I was scared I almost lost them all. :/ Next spring instead of using lamps I am investing in Sweeter Heater panels for my brooders. No more lights!! Also, will a five foot tall fence keep them in for now? I know they can probably fly by now but I don't have a way to cover the run we are putting them in, maybe clip their wings? They NEED to get out and stretch their little legs and get some fresh air and sunshine.