Hey guys! So I let two of my girls hatch a total of 7 chicks a week back. Since then we've had either muggy weather rainfall or the rare sunny 75°F day. They lost one chick two days ago I the night to what I originally expected was chill( there was a rainstorm.) But today I took a chick to clear up a poopy butt only to here that distinct crackle when it yelled for mom I proceeded to scoop each one up to find all but one chick had the same crackle. I put them whith one of the broodys in the shop and a hot spot of 100° F in there cage in case she couldnt cover all 5. I gave them some probiotics vitamins and electrolites. Should I just leave them inside due to risk factor once they recover? They all eat and drink and sound off just fine but they have a crackle when they loudly vocalize. What else can I do? Ive never had such tiny babies whith this issue as usually my girls brood late summer. But this year they started. Suuuuper early.