Don't think there's anything I can do but I'd love to know what this is. Lavender Orpington is 24-48 hours old. It is weak and lethargic, lying flat with eyes closed and can barely lift its head. When beak is dipped it can barely muster the energy to swallow. It is breathing heavily/gasping; with each breath its beak opens. I can't see anything stuck in its beak. Vent is clear, poop is runny/white. Crop feels empty?? Or at least its not impacted. Hatched almost 40 chicks in the incubator and all were doing well in the brooder yesterday. Fat, healthy, active, eating/drinking, including this little guy. This chick was not weak or small, nor was it one of the last to hatch. Hardly could be classified as "failure to thrive" as all the Lavenders were very vigorous and active yesterday. Bedding is flax. I've used it successfully for several years with many, many chicks. Other chicks are all doing great. Temp is fine. Eating medicated chick starter. I always add chick stress aid electrolytes to my water so that's what they've all been drinking. I almost never have any deaths. I tried dipping its beak in the electrolyte water and warm sugar water several times. It's back in the incubator right now because the others were stepping on it. Ideas??