Is there anything wrong with feeding corn tortillas to chickens and goats? That is the ONLY thing that has changed in the last week, and in the last two days I have lost two "healthy" goats and two laying hens. The goats were young but vibrant, and I don't just commonly lose a six month old kid. It's somewhat common to lose younger ones, but by 6 months, they are pretty well established. The two hens I lost were layers, one that had just begun laying in the last month and one older hen who had stopped laying. Everything has been going just as normal with the exception of my recent purchase of a 55 gallon drum of folded tortillas from the tortilla plant. These are the ones that get folded over when they are half baked and are therefore not packaged up for human consumption. They are like "factory seconds". Anyway, I got a drum of them and began feeding them to the goats and layers (as treats to their laying pellets) upon the recommendation of a local goat farmer. His goats have been eating from the same source since he started this little tortilla gig 15 years ago. I just find it odd that in two days, I have lost two hens and two of the best fainting goats I have ever bred. I'm sickened. Am I wrong to think it's the tortillas? M PS on a side note, I did not give any meat birds the tortillas, and did not lose any meat birds either.