Yup, same here. Hopefully next year I will have atleast one broody Hen and can let them do as mother nature designed them to do! Chickens have been hatching and raising chicks for thousands of years and know wayyy more than I do about it. Will gladly hand over that responsibility to Mama Hen I am raising 15 hatchery chicks that are two weeks old tomorrow and they have not had a light and are sleeping through the night, last night and tonight, just fine! It is summer and the temps are way up there, even up north here and everyone is doing just great! The coop should be finished tomorrow and they will go to their new house as soon as possible...possibly with a red heat lamp if it is too cool in the coop...although they are feathering out nicely and may not need it..will be checking on them for the first few nights to make sure though!!!! Have alarm clock, flashlight, and thermometer ready for their move to their permanent house and will check on them hourly for a few nights to see how they are settling. I think they will do fine though!