Hi All.. I have 6 beautiful young ladies. They are 5 weeks old today. I built their coop in the garage (which I will be moving outside and I used also as the brooder) and want to transition them outside in the next couple of weeks. The garage Temp gets down to about 50-55 at night. The mother cluckers are fully feathered. Do you think it would be a good idea to put the heat lamp on a timer so it turns off at night and gets the chicks used to the darkness and colder temps they will experience in the outside environment? Right now on the Oregon Coast, outside nighttime temps are 38-45. I was thinking it might make for a smoother transition rather than just one day taking them outside without ever experiencing darkness or cooler temps. What say you?