So I've put all the finishing touches on my brooder, as I'm expecting chicks this week. YAY! Today I have it running to check my temperatures over night. The brooder is in an insulated woodworking shop, that is heated during the day, but not at night. So in order to keep my temperatures stable I decided that I should use a thermostat. It's working beautifully, keeping my temperatures between 91 and 93. I figure I can fine tune the temperature when I see how the chicks are acting. But here's my question. The thermostat, in order to regulate the temperature, turns the brooder light on and off every few minutes. That won't bother the chicks will it? Even with the light off for a little while the temperature isn't dropping below 91. So any thoughts are greatly appreciated. Thanks!