I know it isn't a chicken question, but I need help! We have a day-old golden pheasant that is not thriving. It apparently is not eating or drinking. It has one sibling that is 29 hours older. This one took 29 hours to get out of its egg in the incubator. It wouldn't have gotten out if we hadn't finally helped it. The membrane had dried and shrunk down on it. It seemed fine yesterday, but isn't doing well now. Can someone tell me how to make sugar water? Would that be safe and/or good to get it some energy so it can eat? We don't have any gatorade or pedialite, but I could go get some. Would that be better? How do I get fluids into such a little bird without drowning it? This is our first experience with pheasants. We've been raising chickens, turkeys, guineas, and muscovy ducks for 7 years. I need all the help I can get and I appreciate anyone who gives it. Thank you!