I'm wondering why we should be lowering the temperature in the brooder by 5 degrees each week to get to 75 degrees or so if we're just going to be moving the chicks out to 100 degree weather . I'm thinking that maybe we should just keep the brooder around what the temps will be where they will actually live. Won't going from the 70's to the 90's or 100's be too much of a shock to their little bodies ? I'm aware of the danger of "pasty butt" from their being too warm in the brooder but what about after they're in the coop and run ? Anyone who has been through this before please let me know how you handled it. Thanks !