We have 3 newly hatched chicks. My hen has been taking care of them in the coop. They are just 24 hours old. I wanted to keep them with the hen and the flock. My questions,,,it is October in New England and the temp gets down to 35 - 40 degrees at night. How can I help keep the babies warm? I put a heat lamp in the coop the first night...but I can see that is not good for the other hens and the rooster. It is only heating the nesting box to about 65 degrees anyway...not warm enough for the new babies. Is it possible or even a good idea to try to keep the babies with the flock? Should I just take the babies into the house and raise them away from the hen and the flock? Should I just use the heat lamp during the day and have the hen do all the warming for the babies at night...so the coop is dark at night? What other methods are there to get the chicks some heat in their little nursery box (it is a double wide nesting box)? Thanks!