Hi everyone, I lost one of my littles last night. I bought 2, 10 week old pullets from a local breeder the end of May. Both birds have been in a strict quarantine since I brought them home. Yesterday we got up to 81 degrees at my place here in Eugene. I gave my younger birds in quarantine, frozen water bottles and ice cubes with veggies in them to help keep them cool. I gave my older girls (5, 6 month old hens) a mister and the same "treats" as my younger birds. I noticed the my little chocolate orp was sleeping a lot and not moving too much, but other then that, she was pretty normal. She was eating, drinking and talking just fine but I found her dead in the coop this morning. My other bird seems to be doing just fine. Eating, drinking, super active, very talkative. I'm worried that both birds are sick and introducing my remaining little o my established flock will kill them all. Quarantine hits 30 days this coming Sunday, June 26th. My question is: Can I extend quarantine for a couple more weeks? Should I be keeping a closer eye on her? Honestly, what do I do now? I'm a new chicken mom and have yet to run into something like this. TIA for any help or advice! I sure could use it.