...ever since the afternoon after I picked them up on Thursday morning, this chick has been a little "off". I think she is one of my Columbian Wyandottes. I didn't notice anything at first, but then I saw she was sleeping more, shaking her head, and staying close to the heat lamp (while everyone else ran around doing little "chick things"), but she continued to eat and drink regularly. Then, by Thursday evening her right eye was stuck shut and her breathing was becoming labored. I provide medicated chick starter, clean water 3 times each day, and temps are perfect (90F under the lamps - not hard here in Florida!). This morning I seperated her from everyone as they were all starting to pick on her. Her breathing is even more labored than before. I gave her food, water, and her own heat lamp - but I don't think she's going to make it. I'll be really, really surprised. I just hope the other chicks don't get it. If you can think of anything more I can do, let me know. Has anyone else expereinced this? Did your other chicks come down with it as well?