I bought some Georgia Bobwhite chicks from someone off of Craigslist. I set up the brooder with heat lamp 73 watt (measured temp. within 99 F), fresh water, turkey starter 30% protein, out of wind draft, etc. However, they are slowing dying days after days. Within a week, I nearly lost half of the chicks and counting. I raised chickens and quails before and I've never had this issue before. I checked several indicators and there seemed to be no issue. First day I went to pick up the Bobwhite chicks, I noticed several of their feet were covered in dry poop, which drawn to my attention of health concerns. Do you think this could be genetic related? What should I do? Much appreciation & thank you.