My hub delivered a dozen of chicks to a friend today. The trip is more than 4 hours, 3 on our side, 1 on hers. The chicks were 3 days to 2 weeks old, they were in a brooder heated with a bulb when traveled with my hub. He gave them water and food three times on the way when stopping. My friend didn't take a brooder with her, but she bought some bottles of hot water to keep them warm on the way. At home she put them in a brooder heated up with infrared bulb and gave them food and water. She said only the two oldest ones ate and drink a little. All others are just sleeping. The two smallest ones are very weak, they are soft and couldn't even stand. She's worrying about them. My hub said they were Okay when he took them out to her. He thinks they are just dizzy for traveling long distance in cars. I am worried too. I don't want any of my little chicks to die. Are these normal after long distance trip. What can she do about it?