My red rangers are 2 weeks old and they aren't feathered out but their brooder is getting awfully cramped. It's consistently in the upper 70's during the day and dipping down into the low 60's at night outside. They are averaging around 6.8 oz each. Would it be okay to put them outside in the tractor with some supplemental heat? I could give them a 60 Watt bulb, or if that's not enough I might go purchase a heavier duty extension cord that could handle a heat lamp. I also wouldn't mind them learning to forage a bit, they're eating us out of house and home (which is a good thing I guess!). We have 27 of them right now. Also, I have 5 Cornish Xs I purchased from TSC as replacements for the rangers I lost to shipping stress. They are only a week old right now but the little buggers are almost as big as the rangers already (averaging 6 oz!). I know they need another week or so inside, but when the time does come, would it be possible to keep them in the same tractor as the rangers? Or will the rangers crowd them out for resources? I've already noticed the rangers are a bit more voracious when food goes down while the cornishes are usually content laying down while they eat. Edited for clarification.