Hi, My new babies are 2 1/2 weeks old, and have recently started sneezing. There is no nasal discharge as far as I can tell, nor do their beaks seem warm. I thought they may have been reacting to the dust since I was getting to the bottom of the bag of stall pellets, but now they sneezing is more frequent, and I have opened a new bag, so I don't think it's that. Here is my issue: I was about to put them outside in the coop since they are really too big now for the brooder box. I also need to put a larger water container in there since they are outgrowing the old one. However, in light of the sneezing, is this dangerous? Is 2 1/2 weeks too young? It has been very warm lately (southern California)--low 90s day and high 60s/low 70s night temp--so I don't *think* they will be too cold. I really want to get them out of the box though so I can for sure rule out the bedding as the source of the sneezing, and give them access to a larger water container/more room to stretch. I am going to get some raw apple cider vinegar to add to their water tonight. As far as I can tell they are all eating and drinking normally. Other thoughts would be appreciated--I am worried about them but don't want to overreact. Thanks!