So, I have 7 four week old chicks. (We had 8, but our cannibal killer chick was re-homed to a local farmer.) Last week I went to our local Rural King to pick up more chick food that was on sale and I looked in the chick bins. Bad move, I know. They had Ameraucanas! (AKA Easter Eggers because I know Rural King can't possibly sell Ameraucanas, but that's how they label them...) Long story short, we have two new EEs. No hatch date was listed but I'm pretty sure they're no more than a week old. They have the start of their wing feathers, but that's it. They are in part of our current chicken coop with a mama heating pad (yay! no more scary bulbs!) and hardware cloth separates them from the current 4 weekers. I've looked up a ton of threads on here and I know that the two age groups shouldn't be together right now, and I definitely don't want the babies trampled, but I'm having trouble figuring out the timeline and when they SHOULD be together without a seperator. The two babies need heat for a while, and my 4 weekers are pretty much weaned off of the heat (it's almost 90 degrees here during the day already..) Also - our new, larger coop is being delivered on Thursday, so they will all be moving into that by the weekend, if that matters at all.