I have a pair of April 20th hatch and three April 28th hatch chicks. The older ones are getting pretty big and seem to be feathering in quite well. The younger ones still have baby fuzz on their heads and neck area. I have read you are supposed to take the chicks outdoors when they get fully feather. The problem is that this is my first time raising chicks and I'm not really sure what a fully feathered chick looks like. Generally how many weeks of age will they be fully feathered and what are the minimum outdoor low temps that the girls require. Pics of a full feathered chick would be nice. My breeds are a Wellsummer, Austrolope. These are the two older hens. EE, Barred Rock, and Silver Cuckoo Maran are the younger hens. BTW, my present daytime high averages around 65-70F. Nighttime lows vary from 48-52 F.