I have 6 Serama chicks I hatched the dayafter Christmas. All are feisty, eating and drinking good, and growing wing feathers like crazy. They are in a brooder in our large garage, which is heated by the wood furnace that pipes into the house. They have a light bulb over one end of the large brooder they are in. Temp is 100 under the bulb,but they can get as far from it as they want. They were on paper towels for the first week, then I opened up more of the brooder so they could run onto the large pine chips if they wanted, but they are still on the paper towels under and near the heat source,and their feeder and waterers is on the towels, so they don't have to get on the chips unless they want to. Yesterday one of the 2 smaller ones sneezed when I was looking at them. This morning he did it again. Don't know if it is my worried imagination or not, but he may be breathing a little hard and maybe a little slower than the others this morning. Is there something I should put in their water, or something? Suredon't want these babies to get sick.