I am concerned I might have made a mistake here I bought three Lavender Ameracauna pullets at the poultry show in November. One showed signs of illness after we brought them home, but we put her on antibiotics and she recovered nicely. They have been fine since. Still in quarantine, I was going to let them out this week, but was not in a big hurry, due to the cold. They are in an enclosed pen where the temperature stays above freezing. I am not sure, but I'm estimating their age at about three or four months. Yesterday, I gave them some Omega layer, as I was out of Flock Raiser. Today, I found one dead. She is not the one that we were treating earlier. I am not sure if it's because of the layer, the weather, or what??? Any thoughts are appreciated. I'm getting the impression that they are not a very hardy breed, we have not had them before. Also, they had some bread crumbs yesterday, but I would hardly think that would make a difference, she seemed fine last night at dinner. She had a little brown diarhea on her, that's all. I have noticed that here and there in the barn too, but it has not been much, so I haven't worried about it. I am sad, she was my favorite, of the three.