Anyone have any advice? I have set and hatched a variety of birds over the last 30 yrs in everything from a small round hova bator incubator to my home made wooden one, currently using an older model Montgomery Wards redwood model. This year decided to try Bob White Quail, purchased 100 eggs off the internet and hatched 87. They are about 6 days old and I have started to loose one a day over the last couple days. All seem very active, appear to be eating well and drinking. Have several farm stores in the area but only one that carries game bird food... and only one variety... I am feeding a Purina Game Bird Crumble, Startena BMD 50, medicated.. Crude Protein 30%.. They are brooding in the house with heat, and coarse pine shavings. Have only seen one that looked sickly before it died, just appeared to be listless, lay on its side and kick. The others that I lost were just found dead. Everything I read says that they are not hard to raise but usually anything I have hatched once dried and in the broodeer I have no trouble with. any ideas? Have read some things that say should be giving electrolytes, some say hard boiled eggs, but others state with a good feed no need?