Where we live were looking at Temps between 20s-60s and this has been the wildest clutch I've had yet indoors, and ready for them to go outside. Will they be ok to put outside now with a heat lamp? They are feathered almost fully and there is 14 of them. We're making some lower roosts in the coop right now then find a way to connect the heat lamp and put in the pelleted bedding and should be ready to go! I'm not going to give them access to a run yet, worried with these temps they wouldn't go in to get the heat they need and die. If this sounds Ok, then how far from the coop floor should we connect the heat lamp to provide plenty of heat you think? And should we aim it towards a corner or? I really don't want to risk them dying out in the cold but like I said I've never had a more wild clutch, they escape out of their brooder and wreak havoc in my spare bedroom and my carpet is paying the price! Also with the dust... Maybe I'm just a little more sensitive being 6 months pregnant too lol Any advice is appreciated?! And our coop is not large I think 4x6 is a close rough estimate.