About one a day. I got them to stop dying for a few days, maybe 3 and yesterday 4 died and 2 today. Our money came in early and I got some corid, mixed it up and gave it to them. They are still hollering and they ate all their food, would it be ok to mix some of the corid water in with their food? Background: These are mostly bantam chicks 5 weeks old. I bought 6 dozen from a member here and a little less than half hatched. I have given them karo syrup in their water. I have given them canned pumpkin and canned pumpkin with karo syrup. I have given them peanut butter and peanut butter with karo syrup in it. I have given them karo syrup water in their food. I have given them grass and hay and I don't know what all. Nothing has stopped them from dying. From the day they were taken out of the incubator they have been in with Silkies that are at least a month older. I have hatched some of my own chicks and put in with them and until a couple of days ago, only the chicks hatched from the eggs from the member here were dying. I am NOT saying anything was wrong with the eggs. They have been on hay but after losing 4 yesterday, I changed it to pine shavings. They have been under 2 heat lamps but it is possible that they are in a drafty situation but that shouldn't matter at 5 weeks old and under heat lamps with Silkies to hide under, should it? Anything else I can do?