Baby chicks are so darn cute, soft and adorable! But they do need to be kept warm, fed and watered. We got 25 chicks our first time.
The brooder we used was fairly large and is on wheels. Having the space is pretty important.
This one we really like. It has bins surrounding it for food and water once the chicks get the idea. I put a small food and water feeder right in it for for the first couple of days.
If it's too cold to put them outside when they get a little bigger, we bought a 3 level version where the head height is higher in the bottom two levels. It's pretty easy to clean and does the job.
There are less expensive ways to get the job done too.