They're under the heat lamp, thus the red tint to the photo.
I like Ideal Poultry for my chicks. I've had good luck over the years and their customer service is very good. This batch of chicks came with:
5 New Hampshire Red Pullets
5 Delaware Pullets
5 Speckled Sussex Pullets
3 Gold Laced Cochin Pullets
2 Gold Laced Cochin Males
5 Hatchery Choice Guinea Hens Straight Run
Unfortunately, we lost one Guinea Hen to the stress of shipping and then on of the Cochins got a pasty butt and even after cleaning it didn't survive. All the remaining chicks are growing fast and getting sassy!
I used to order my chicks in April/May (Easter time) - the traditional chick starting time. But I found that I had to keep the heat lamp on them night and day because of the chill weather. These spring-bought chicks tend to not mature enough to start laying eggs before the short days of winter set in, so I wouldn't get eggs from them before the following spring anyway.
So I decided to start getting the chicks in June. I can put the heat lamp on them at night and turn it off in the daytime (saving electricity). Its soooo much nice to walk down to the chicken coop - the chicks are in the garden tool half - in summer's warm weather than to have to brave cold temperatures. And, after a couple of years of having chicks in the basement and getting chicken dust everywhere (chickens can be quite dirty), I decided I would rather they be outside!