Hi, my family and I have been long wanting chickens. We began to really do research and prep last summer, and finally the day came where we got our chicks! (Friday) they all seemed to be fine, but the next morning one chick was noticeably different from the rest. She was not with the other chicks. They would peck around and chirp and drink and nap, and she would stand in the corner, sleeping. So we began to try and supplement her with electrolytes, but unfortunately she died that night. She didn't eat or drink on her own. We thought it was a one off thing until the next morning, one of the seemingly healthy chicks did the same thing. She is barely alive today, and I do not expect her to make it when I get home. We feel like we are doing things by the book. Keeping a constant temp between 95 and 98. Keeping clean food and water. Checking frequently for pasty butt. We went ahead and separated all chicks into different containers once the second one showed signs of sickness. I have put down sheet paper into the bottom of their containers to monitor their poop. None of the chicks seem to have diarrhea, no bloody poop (I started monitoring yesterday at about12 in individual containers),I did notice while I was holding the second sick chick she had a pinkish color to her solid poop on one end . I do not know for certain if that would intestinal lining, or blood. I was able to call the feed store this morning, and they told me the chicks were not vaccinated against anything and that I am doing everything I possibly could and sometimes chicks die inexplicably. I don't want to go down without a fight. I want to make sure that they are getting the best care they can, and grow to be happy heath hens. I am currently feeding bin medicated feed. Please any advice/constructive criticism is welcomed. I want to help these babies! Thanks!