I have one week old K-22s (broilers). They were switched to peat moss bedding and the heat lamp must have been too close (although it was 18 inches ... still trying to figure out how this happened ...) Anyway, somehow we had a brooder fire. It was a pretty big fire but it stayed within the brooder. There was lots of smoke. Three days later, almost all the chicks seem to be doing ok. I'm nervous that they have burns in their respiratory systems and that they might be more susceptible to pnuemonia etc. later. Does anyone have any experience with this?? The URGENT question though -- is one of the chicks was burnt on its leg and along one side of its stomache beneath its leg. It has about a 1/2 inch circular burn on its leg and a lot of missing down under its stomache. We separated it from the flock, cooled it down (and then warmed it back up), used a saline solution and flour to stop the bleeding so it would stop self-pecking (I read to do that online ... ) We also bought an antiseptic spray. Since the antiseptic, he seems to be doing worse. He won't walk at all on that leg -- he tries to literally hop on one leg. He will eat and drink, although sometimes it seems like we have to disturb him enough to remind him to bother to move. We're not sure what to do. Help! Thanks!