Help! Been a stressful week! Three of my keets have died this week. I'm keeping them in the garage to stay warm and dry. I have a lamp on them and have been continually feeding them and giving fresh water. I don't know why they died whether they got too cold at one point or maybe the fumes in the garage from starting the autos. The ones that died were smaller than the others. When they get a little older I'll be putting them in a coop, but they're too young right now. It makes me so sad! Also my 6 mth old Plymoth Rock rooster decided to fight my Silkie rooster for territory. He now wants to kill him so I'm having to keep them separated. It's very frustrating cause I love both of them and want to keep them both. My mean rooster is only mean to my Silkie rooster, not to me or the other hens. The only way to do keep them both right now is divide the run into two which will mean more work on us. Also then my silkies won't get to be with the other chickens we have. We are going to try the dividing the run first then if that don't work then I guess we'll have to get rid of the PR rooster. I'd rather keep my Silkie one for my Silkie hen. I love watching the PR rooster cause he's so funny. Such a dilemma we have! Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!