less energetic? I bought the last seven bantams in the bin at TSC(minimum is 6 birds so,what do you do? Leave the seventh?? ) I brought them home and put them in a seperate brooder because they are so small.All but one had pasty butt, and it came back the next day and so on..so far it's been two days and the pasty butt continues.I did stop at TSC today and bought some vitamin/electrolyte for the water.The first day they were so sluggish,I added sugar to the water.It did help some but they still weren't as active as my LF chicks.They do seem a little better,but still not what I would consider "out of the woods" yet.Is it normal for the bantams to be like this? Or is it just stress? This is my first time with bantams.I have the temp at 104 degrees because when I put it any lower,they act freezing and continuously peep and crowd each other.(thermometer could be off a few degrees too) In case it makes a difference, I think there are 4 Golden Sebrights and POSSIBLY (not sure what they are) could be 3 Mille Fluer D'Uccles? They are tannish with some gray mixed in and have feathered feet and toes? Thanks for any advice/help you can give...as I said, these are my first bantams...so fire away with info please!