So, I had a fairly good had on button eggs. 16 of 24 hatched. They seemed to be doing alright, but there were a couple that seemed smaller/weaker than the rest. This morning when I woke up, I found two babies dead in the brooder. One was a weak one that I had already noticed, and the other seemed fine the day before. I have another runt that was born the day after the rest, and he seems very weak. He is eating and drinking though. I separated him from the rest a little while ago because he was getting trampled. Is this normal for a few of the weaker buttons to die? Or is there something wrong with them? I have heard some horror stories on here of a few quail dying, the next thing you know half are keeled over. Any suggestions? Also, I have observed them eating and drinking. The food is ground up small so they can eat it. Marbles in the waterer. Brooder at 95 degrees. They aren't huddled up or shivering. The brooder is clean.