I have found, what I believe is a good price, for Cornish X day-old chicks($1.12 each shipped). I have no expirience with chicks. I am considering 25 chicks. I live in Ohio, and the fall weather is upon us, with winter quickly approaching. I am concerned with taking care of chicks with the cold weather that is approaching. The chicks will get their own area in the same coop as my layers. Is cold weather something that will significatly complicate my first attempt at raising chicks? Is the risk of losing some because of the cold going to offset the reduced price for chicks? I would appreciate any input on this. I am typically a very desicive person, but this one has me doing a lot of second guessing.