I have 5 Quail D'Anver chicks that are about 2 weeks old and eating chick crumbles. They love to be held and petted and fly up onto my arm whenever I lift up the lid to the brooder (all five at once!) I have tried different treats with them (yogurt, applesauce, chopped strawberry, dried meal worms, lettuce) and they are terrified of pretty much anything "new or strange" (except for people.) I even hung a "baby chick cake" in the brooder and they haven't touched it. They finally ate the dried meal worms when they were mixed in with some pine shavings and they had to forage for them. Silly chicks! So what I want to know is: Do they need grit if they are eating the dried mealworms? What about the baby chick cake? Should I just leave it hanging in there and let them get used to it? Do I need a special grit for chicks? At what age can I give them BOSS? I assume that I don't have to de-shell the seeds. Will they need to have grit with it? Is there anything else I should try? Are they just too young and I'm rushing things, or are they just finicky?