Sorry to bother all again but here's an update. During the night a chick hatched under the mom and appears to be just fine. There's one egg left--probably due tomorrow. Two of her chicks are in a separate box,under a heat lamp. The appear to be fine, driking and eating and sleeping and running around. The Mom is in a big box in the same room (they are all in my study). Here's my question. Should I put the two from under the heat lamp in with her? I could put the lamp over the part where the mom isn't so they could do what they're doing now but near her. I would love it if she whould take care of them. I had planned to keep all indoors for several weeks until the chicks are ready to go out and the weather is warmer (in the 20's today). I was hoping that being with the mom would make it easier to introduce the youngsters to the flock later this spring. We lost 4 chicks yesterday, but are so glad to have three healthy ones!