So I have a question about my chicks I just got. I have 4 Silkie chicks who are almost a week old and just brought them home today. Anyways it says first week they should be under a heat lamp at 95 degrees and I set it to 95 degrees but they all spread out and laid out flat with wings opened so I figured they must be too hot and moved the lamp back a little more. It is now about 85 to 87 degrees, hard to read this needle so might get an electric thermometer to get exact heat. The chicks are not sleeping clustered together but not directly under the heat lamp. More in the middle of the brooder since I wanted to leave the other end without a heater in case they got too hot. Are they okay or are they too cold? I know it's not 95 but they really didn't look happy under 95 degrees and they all looked like chicken pancakes when it was that high.