Hi Pichuris, Give all your chicks a little yogurt. It will help as a probiotic, has nutritional value and as they grow is a great treat. I mix yogurt with their crumbles for the first few days to get them started.Thanks everyone for the well wishes on the baby chicks. So far just the one fatality. Bless my husband for picking up the chicks so late last night. Only seeing one this morning that isn't doing so well. I've been giving her some one-on-one time and it has seemed to help. She almost looks older then the rest since everyone still has their egg beak and she doesn't. She drank a lot of water and 20 minutes later she was able to move out of the way when another chick came her way. Before she would just lie there and not move. So hoping for her quick recovery.
So, waaaaaay off topic, but does anyone own a Kia? I'm in the market for a new car.
12-13 in the city? My durango does better than that. Wow!Thanks for all the reports on Kia's. Think I'm going to trade in my Jeep Liberty tomorrow and buy a Soul...jeep gets 12-13 city...Soul 28...I'll save $100+ a month in gas alone! Honestly the biggest selling point was the 5 year bumper to bumper and 10 year power train warranty. hoping for the best.