I've googled and searched for treatment options and have seen many positive ones here on BYC. I am currently trying to get it rectified. Blanche, is in the worst shape because she started showing signs last night, but I thought she was trying to itch all the feathers coming in(faster than the other 3). The last few hours I realized what it was as it progressed, this is what I am using: 2 TBS Pedialyte 2 drops Baby Vitamin 100 units Vitamin E (squirt out half a capsule) 50 mcg Selenium (1/4 tablet crushed) a few drops every 3 hours. I just noticed Dorothy showing the very beginning signs, since I couldn't find Poly vi sol without iron in it, I got tri vi sol (all that was available w/out iron) instead. Blanche seems to be responding, slowly but surely. I guess I just want a little encouragement if any of you out there have experienced it. Am I doing it right? I added a 1/2 dropper full of the vitamin drops to the waterer (quartt sized) since Dorothy isn't as advanced yet. Is it ok for the others to have that in the waterer if they don't seem to be showing signs? I also used the above solution and made a paste mixed with their starter crumbles for just in case. I have Blanche isolated in a separate brooder because I notice if she gets startled by the other chicks fluttering around and pecking at her she seizes up. The plan right now, keep her calm and comfy in the bedroom with us, and try to be proactive with Dorothy and the others. Sorry for the rambling, I'm just a bit freaked out. If anyone has any other suggestions to add in addition to what else I have seen, please feel free. Thanks, y'all. 2ND UPDATE: They were on a medicated feed up until yesterday. I didn't discover the medicated feed depletes vitamins until late last night. I bought a new bag of unmedicated food and they are on that now. I had NO IDEA about vitamin supplements being necessary. luckily, thanks to all the help of the BYC community, I think I caught it just in time to prevent the other 2 from going down the same road. Fingers are crossed and prayers are being said! So, thanks!