I have a broody hen who's laying on 6 eggs right now. She started laying on them March 28th so we're expecting chicks in mid April. I live in northern NY so mid April temps are anywhere between 20 degrees (farenheit) at night and daytime highs in the 60s at most. We want to let her hatch and raise them, so what I'm wondering is - will they survive and be warm enough outside with her? They have a draft free coop, but I know chicks being hatched indoors have to be in very warm temperatures. Can the mother hen provide that same warmth this time of year? Thanks!