We brought home our baby chicks today. The brooder temp originally was 93 degrees and they would not stop chirping and were huddled together. So I moved the lamp down a bit, left them alone for awhile, came back to find the temp at 107! The chicks were all quietly asleep and separated from each other, still under the light. I moved the light back up a bit and the temp dropped quickly to 103. The chicks all woke up and started running around eating and drinking happily. After searching again on the forum about temps, I started to freak out about cooking them to death so I raised up the lamp again bringing the temp to 99 degrees. They all started huddling together and chirping non-stop. I'm starting to get paranoid. Should I listen to the chicks behavior and move the lamp back down a bit so they're happy again or should I leave it and let them adjust (hopefully). I'm driving myself insane! LOL.