My wife got some vitamin / electrolytes powder at the feed store and it's been in the brooder for about 8 hours now. No more has died today but I'm thinking I may loose another one within 24 hours from now. I shot a video of it and here is the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOJr7op7Lk8 You can see in the video how it's very wobbly with it's head down and also how it's all puffy.
One thing I did notice this afternoon was the pine shavings have a very light greenish tint from their poop (you can kinda see this in the video where one of the pine shavings is stuck to the butt of the chick). The chicks don't really have any poop stuck to their butts. One of them had a little bit, but I think it may have set down in it. I cleaned the brooder 3 or 4 days ago. The chicks have plenty of room to move around. I have 4 very large card board boxes all taped together. I don't have a thermometer in the brooder but I really don't think it's real hot since the fan is blowing in there. I'd guess around 80F maybe.
I've been noticing the chicks aren't very active anymore at all. They basically just want to set around. The previous batch of chicks we raised were always moving and darting around.
I hope somebody can pin point what is happening to my chicks. I'm afraid they are going to continue to die off HELP PLEASE!!!
That really looks and sounds like coccidiosis to me. I would get Corid or Sumlet.