Hi guys!! So I have a quick question for y'all. We currently have 27 chicks in a brooder in our house. They're all between 2-3 weeks and have been thriving little chicks! But last night we had a bad storm and at some point in the middle of the night a breaker must have tripped because I woke up to no power in the back room where the chicks are! Which meant they went without their heat lamp for hours. Thing is, they're all happy as can be! Climbing, jumping, flapping, running, happy little chirps, no signs of distress. So I have kept it off to see how they do throughout the day and still, no problems whatsoever. Am I missing something or could they really be fine with no supplemental heat this young? I'll attach a photo of their feeding frenzy over scrambled eggs this morning. I was planning on moving them out into the coop this week with a light, which I'll still do, but now I'm wondering if I should have them completely off of a light during days while indoors since they seem to be doing so well.