My family is growing broilers for ourselves and I'm the one (19 year old) taking care of them. My problem is yesterday, I found a chicken dead. Okay, 100 chickens from arrival to pen, this was not so bad. Annoying, but not bad. This morning, another dead one. 98, still not bad. I went out about 1, 1:30 to feed and water, two more were dead. There was still as little feed left on the ground and in the feeders and the chickens, usually loud, chirpy and pushing at the chicken wire on the Chicken Tractor. This afternoon, they had to roust themselves up and about. The strange thing, is that with other sick animals, off their feed would mean off their water, right? They were getting up to drink. This is our first year raising broilers and this is the second batch. I'm not sure what's going on or what to do. We have layer hens that were in with the first batch and they're giving me 10 to 11 eggs a day, and they are happy and healthy. Am I missing something with the broilers? I move them every two or three days. Less often than I should, I know, but getting help is hard and I have college classes two days a week. Do they need to be moved, given anti-biotics? We're trying to avoid chemicals. I had thought this morning it was the temperature, low 50's, high 60's this morning, it's gotten warmer since. I'm really concerned.