I've got 6 week old chicks out in the coop and they do NOT need a heat light as it's staying quite warm here at night, not below 55 deg. and getting up to 90 during the day. However, I have a frizzle who I am scared to death will get too cold The poor thing doesn't have near enough feathers and what he does have sticks straight out and curls. They can't do anything to keep him warm, from what I figure. When will he be able to go without a heat source at night? The others are totally feathered and are taking advantage of the warm light, too The way the coop is set up, I can't get in there and sort him off at night, and I don't really want to either (don't want to cause issues with him being picked on after being seperated). ETA: Here's his pic I took this evening.... And here's a couple of his hatchmates, they are completley feathered and definently do not need a lamp!