First time getting chicks in the mail. I live in New Hampshire where the weather is still crazy. Ordered 12- they sent 13 from MPC It was less than a smooth transition to get them home. The post office called my cell when I was at work and I never got the message until later that day. The PO wouldn't let me get them after hours and they spent the night there in the office. I was livid Got them Wednesday morning at 7. One turken had perished already. 12 left- they were weak and wobbly from the trip but they all took in food, water.... Thursday a.m. - found easter egger chick foaming-activly dying- died shortly after- everyone else looked strong and active Thur night- a delaware chick appeared lethargic- wasn't active/eating/drinking- hand fed her sugar water-not a lot Friday- same chick- weaker- died Friday afternoon Friday night- noticed another chick lethargic- another delaware. Saturday a.m. still lethargic. I am down to 10 but this chick doesn't seem to be doing great-presented like the other one I lost. Why are they dying? Stress from transportation??? I have diligently managed all pasty butts, brooder at 95-I am also a temp natze and clean water, chick starter, etc. I have them managed like text book- I am frustrated because I promised 6 to a friend of mine so we'd have 6 and 6. He has no chickens and his kids are waiting patiently but they are already pumped about them. So, I am going to try to still give him his 6 and I get the remaining. I hope this isn't typical for mail order chicks. Anyone have advice?