Hi everyone, I owned four Brahmas earlier. The four were stolen around 4 months ago. I purchased two more two weeks back and one died. He was all droopy and lethargic. So to keep the remaining one company, I purchased 3 more. Cleaned up the cage and changed the feeding equipment. They were all fine and four days ago the second one from the first pair dropped dead (this one had similar symptoms to the first one but in addition had a yellow discharge blocking its nose). And day before yesterday one of the 3 new chicks died. Only two remain and one is already showing similar symptoms. Which is why I registered here. I wanted advice from experienced folks in this field. Anyways, I shall be buying another batch of 5 or 6 chicks soon. I do not know what caused the deaths. Just heavy gasping, one had some yellow discharge frm its nose, another had pasty butt. Went home last night saw the last two sleeping and I picked one up to say wassup. Twas pretty sleepy so I put it down and it hopped! like crazy! and then fell down paralyzed. But then it stood up again after a few min. Sad. All of them were lethargic and droopy. I dunno how to tell if the poultry feed is moldy. Coz i got them from a exotic market and all of them were pretty healthy when I selected them. There are no avian vets here. None that we know of. So I figured out from the internet that my chicks showed symptoms of Mycoplasmosis. Anyways I dont think I can blame the feed coz all of them were in contact with earlier sick chicks until i isolated each one of them. Plus I hear that during summer the risk of chicks prone to diseases are high. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!