And with what I've got around the house. I can't get to a feed store until the weekend due to time constraints. What can I feed them that will help meanwhile? I'm getting really concerned! They were thin when I got them but they are still losing weight and not gaining. This weekend I intended to worm them but now I'm worried about doing that even. :-( They are so skinny now. The last 10 days has been bad. I have cracked corn, but I have been so worried about protein ...now my only concern is weight. Should I just give in and give them the crack and maybe get a can of cat food or tuna while I'm at lunch? I don't know if bringing them to my house and getting them hooked on free range time in the evenings is what did this or what. It seems like they are stuffing their faces with Grass pods and bugs and stuff in the hour or two in the evenings that they are out. Every night that they free range they go to bed with full crops (Sat- Wed) and they barely touch their feed (pellets) anymore. They used to hog their crumbles. So I'm going to get a small bag of crumbles and see if that is the problem first. I can't believe taking them from a 3'x7' cage into a 35' run with free range time has made them lose weight. This boggles my mind! I love my girls and this is killing me! Someone help! Worm now or fatten up first?