What are the chances they will make it? We got them at our local Tractor Supply. One had been under the water bucket (they said this happens quite a bit) and the other had been under the feed bucket. They don't know how long they were under either one as the only way we knew was when they were changing the bedding out. My son seen the first one that had been under the water bucket. It was soaked and cold, he almost did see her, she was blending in with the bedding lying on her back. They asked if we wanted her because they did not have any one that could care for her. The other one was seen by the sales associate, it was just kinda lying there not moving, we were leaving with the other one when she asked if we wanted that one too. So we took them both. We had 70* weather here today but we had the heater in the car full blast and my son kept the wet one in a jacket and then as she started to perk up he held here and rubbed her chest and tummy in front of the heater vents. The other one sat in my hand in the box while I drove. They have been under heat lamps since we got home and have drank some water, which I have put ACV in, but neither have eaten, at least I don't think so. They are both fluffy and walking around, but seem to be more noisy than any others we have had in the past. We were NOT planning on getting chicks this year, only ducks. But I thought if I could just get 3 that would be okay. LOL Well got 2 of those 3 and I am going to let the folks at TSC know how they are doing and if they have others in the same condition or other, we will gladly take them. Here they are about an hour after we got home, on the left is Paddy and on the right looking up is Clover.