I had two roosters in their own separate pens (they had both attacked my kids.. so I was keeping the restrained to put on weight before butchering). Yesterday I got a fresh batch of wet grain (it comes from the brewery.. it was still super hot out of the boiler). I let it cool, then filled each roosters dish. They both acted fine. Rooster #1 ate almost a full pan.. it was ridiculous. Rooster #2 ate less than half the other one did. A few hours later my 4 year old came in and said one of the roosters had an X over his eye... I brushed it off.. silly kid. Well, this morning I go out and the rooster is dead. So I'm guessing that's what he meant (him and his friends were watch Pink Panther last week). I opened him up.. his crop was really big full of grain.. I'm wondering if binging can cause death. All the other chickens ate the same grain but are fine. They hadn't been out of food.. but the don't care much for the grain once it's been dried out.. and that's what they were eating the 3 days before the new batch of grain came in. Thoughts?