Well I introduced myself last week, and mentioned that I am a newbie starting with 3 red stars and a 3 cornish x rocks. Everything seemed to be going well until a couple of days ago. We had a cooler night, and being in the garage, I figured the chicks would be alright with their nice warm light. Well, the light did its job, but the chicks huddled together, and two of my red stars got trampled by the double-sized cornish-rocks. I went to feed them in the morning, and one was laying sprawled out dead, and the other just barely hanging on. My wife separated her out, and did what she could while I was at work but to no success. :-( Those red stars are such pretty little chicks, and those cornish-rocks are so big and mean! I am probably not going to attempt to raise those little guys with any other chicks again. For my lone red star survivor, should I separate it? I realize that this is my fault because the chicks obviously got too cold, but I just want to know if the little lady is safe in there with the big guys.