Hi All, I have 8 chicks, all about 6 weeks old. We also have 5 older birds, about 10 weeks old, and 3 1.5 year old hens. They do free range, and sleep in my garage at night. (Due to a bear attack, the coop is being re-built!) Several days ago we had a little heat wave, and I noticed the girls were suffering in the heat - they were perched and panting, with their wings stretched out from their bodies. All the others are fine, but two days ago one little Sicilian Buttercup started wandering off on her own - when the 7 came in for the night, she couldnt be found. We didnt think much of it, as she didnt seem sick, and we did find her. The next day, we noticed she was separated from the rest of the flock, she was becoming lethargic, and her crop seemed empty. We put her in a separate brooder, and tried to give her electrolytes. She won't eat or drink - going on 3 days now. We are force-feeder her small amounts of electrolyte water with a syringe. She has pooped - it was runny, with no signs of blood. We've checked for mites, and did not find any. Her vent looks normal. We currently have in her the house so we can keep a close eye on her. I'm not sure if I should just be treating her for heat stroke, or for cocci. I do have Corid, and we gave her one dose, but I don't want to treat her with it if not necessary and if it may cause further harm. Here's a picture of her - very weak, wings dropped, eyes closed most of the time. Any advice is appreciated!