So today I got five little barred rock ladies from Big R and brought them home. They settled into their brooder quite nicely after I spent some time fiddling around with the heat to make sure it wasn't too hot after I saw a couple of the chicks panting. They have plenty of food and water and I watched them for a few hours until they had eaten their fill and started falling asleep on top of each other. There's one chick though who spends a lot of her time cheeping away as her siblings sleep around her and I'm curious if something's wrong or I just have a very vocal little chick. She quiets down when I go out there and she loves chasing after my fingers when I tap them on the plastic container (it's a clear container, so they can see through it). When I leave though, it's not long until I hear her cheeping again. And it's definitely loud since I can hear it even when I'm inside the house and she's in the brooder in the garage. Does anyone have any tips on some things I can make/buy to keep her busy or if maybe something's wrong that I just don't know about? I don't think they're cold, while they do fall asleep on top of each other, they're kind of split off into groups and not all huddled together in one spot. They also have access to food and water so it's not hunger or thirst. And I've been keeping an eye out for any signs of pasty butt but everyone has clean little chicken butts. Ideas?