Hi everyone - repeat reader, first time poster... (my hubby posts often) We have 20 chicks that are 4 weeks old. We have been working on their coop and were deciding to put them out there with a heat lamp because they are getting big and their brooder is shrinking. After hanging a heat lamp in the coop the thermometer registered at 80 so we figured it was fine. We went to get the chicks after awhile and discovered that they had started pecking each other. There were 6 with bloody tails. So we really have not choice but to get them to a larger space. The transition went well and the pecked chicks are doing much better alone in the brooder. NOW it has been snowing for a few hours and when i checked the 14 chicks in the coop they are all huddled right under the lamp. I lowered it and they are still huddled. The temp seems to be between 65 adn 75 - not what we would like. Any suggestions on how to get the coop warmer. We don't have an extra light and it is too late to shop for one tonite. Soooo .... my question now is, are they too cold? Will they be okay?