Having 77 so far we had been doing great. But the llama shed we planned to convert to a coop broke during the move. So we are a week behind in getting the chickens into their new digs. So far they have been in a 6ft by 14 ft brooder and doing fine. Today I found one listless and her eyes were closed. I got her to drink some and her head perked up a few times, but mostly she was deep breathing and her wings were droopy. She passed a couple of hours ago. I have two more that are showing some similar signs (droopy wings, sleeping a lot) and I plan to put them into a big kennel to see if I can do anything with them. I got electrolytes for their water too. The temp in the garage is about 80. We are packing them all up tomorrow to make the 50 mile trip to their coop. They will be in the brooder again when we get there (still finishing the coop), but they will be outdoors and guarded by two llamas staked out next to them while we are in the camper a few feet away. Ideas on what else to look for? What it might be? I was thinking just the brooder getting crowded due to many bodies. But they seem to pile up rather than get away from each other. Kinda counterproductive if they are needing space. Is that normal?