I was gone this morning, before I left, I watered and checked the chicks. All was perfectly fine. I came home, and the manager had been nailing tar paper to their coop, with them IN IT. I noticed a few spots of diahrea, so kept checking them, through the rest of the day. Went out with their water, at about 6:30 pm and they ALL had bad diahrea, they had not eaten much, if any at all today, had not drank any water that I could tell, and were stressed, bad...I literally flew to TSCtonight and bought corrid, an all purpose antibiotic and some save a chick and probiotics. By the time I got back, I got ahold of the manager he helped me get the chicks into their old brooder box, and I came in to find out how much corrid to use and make it for the chicks, went out and he was no where to be found. By the time I managed to get all the chicks back in a clean coop, it was horrid, smelled horrid, it was too dark and I can NOT get them to drink. While I was trying to get the manager to come back and help me, he never did come back, I tried to get them to drink some of the corrid water but they again, were too stressed. What do I do now? I'ts pitch dark out. They are huddled in their sleeping corner. They are not going to drink the water tonight. I also need to know how much of the Duramycin-10, each pound contains 25 grams is what the package says, but and is for cows, swine and poultry. It doesn't say how much to give the chicks, They are 6 weeks tomorrow, if they make it through the night and there are 15 of them. BR's. Also, should I try putting save a chick in with the corrid in hopes they DO make it through the night and will drink in the am? I will be out there at 5:30 am, as that is what time they are getting up now...maybe I won't lose them all? One chick was all ruffled and this time it was NOT heat related!!! Thanks so much for any answers!!!!