I have 6 5 day old Serama chicks. I noticed Sunday night one of them was peeping a lot. I thought it may possibly have been trying to vomit or maybe got choked on a piece of food Sunday night. I only noticed something out the corner of my eye and I’m not real sure what was going on. Around noon I noticed the baby was stumbling around after some other chicks ran past it. Not all that unusual for these little guys but then I noticed it wasn’t behaving right. So this is what I had: empty crop, not eating/drinking, lethargic, peeping a lot. What I did: lowered the heat plate. Dipped beak in water which chick didn’t tolerate well. I made a mixture of sugar water with nutridrench. Gave a few drops via syringe. At first seemed like it was either choking or gagging. Some came back up in the beak. I repeated several times every 30min to 1 hour. Then I went to repeat and baby was scratching around and eating some with the other chicks. It walked up to me and was pecking at syringe for more. Got a bit down but then there was a little vomiting. Still seemed to want more so gave as much as it wanted. Chick is with 5 other Serama in pet cage with heat plate adjusted to appropriate height. The others seem to have to grown but this one hasn’t grown much if any at all. I don’t use pine shavings but I do use Standlee Flock Fresh, and now I’m wondering if maybe that was a bad decision??? I believe the only reason it seems to have improved some is because of the sugar water and Nutridrench. When that wears off I’m going to be back where I started with a sick chick. Please advise on my next steps. Thank you in advance.