Hi all, I bought 7 chicks are Tractor Supply yesterday. One is really small compared to the others and chirps a lot. I noticed that she didn't seem to be eating or drinking, so I put her in front of the water dish. She started drinking but still won't eat, although the other chicks do and she is really interested in what they are doing. Instead of eating she just climbs all over the food container (which is adorable but not conducive). Her poop was clear, almost like water with a little whiteness to it. I gave her a mixture of plain yogurt, water, and crumble using an eye dropper. She ate until her crop was full. She finally pooped some color, although it was extremely runny. I plan to continue until I see signs of improvement or hear of something better. I am wondering, though, if anyone has had success hand feeding chicks before? I have seen a lot of posts about people doing it and suggestions for what to give and how much, but I have yet to see any posts of people who had success. I know not to get too hopeful, but I am crossing my fingers that she will be okay. If you were successful and the chick made it to adulthood, what did you do and how did you do it? My chick, Cathy, is about 2-3 days old. She is an Isa Brown. She does not have an umbilicus, although the others do. She runs around fine but tries to climb underneath the others a lot. I have adjusted the heat lamp to keep it a little warmer in the brooder.