Our Narragansett poults are about a month old now, and still in the basement brooder. The ambient temp in the room is stable, about 74-78 or so. Their heat-lamp is as high as we can get it from the floor. The way they're avoiding it, I think we could just turn it off. But we're worried that if we do that, and they acclimate to the constant temp in the room with the AC running, then they'll be in shock when we turn them out into their pen in August, when it's 100 degrees or better in the shade. My husband thinks we should leave the heat-lamp on them just for this reason. Can anyone advise me?