I set my first load in my incubator a few weeks ago, 2 dozen eggs. Cochins, Jersey Giants, Silkies and Seramas. ALL the serama eggs hatched (11), 4 of the 5 silkies, the 4 cochin eggs but none of the JG. So now I have 19 babies running arond in a kiddie pool in my living room. On top of that 2 of my hens went broody just a few days after I set the eggs in the bator and their eggs hatched last night, so I took a few of the smaller seramas from my recent hatch and stuck them under a momma lst night. Went out this morning to check on them and they are DEFINITLY HERS no! No taking them back! Not even getting close to them! They were sisters from the same hatch and went broody one right after the other and this is their first time, so it really surprised me how good they were! So now, all together, I believe I have about 24 babies scattered about either in my living room (too cold for the brooder outside, even a little chilly inside so I put a heating banket in there too just to be sure) or out in the coop. I AM wondering the best way to make sure the babies stay safe. The birds are all in a pen with a closed roof but the chicks are so tiny they could slip out of the welded wire if they wanted. Also, should I lower the ramp to the coop to make sure the babies can get in and out?