Two weeks ago my sister gave me four 2-day old pea babies after a bobcat killed their mama. She thought they would do better if I put them in with my new batch of chicks. Instead of sticking them in our "chicken jail" out in the coop where I had moved the peeps at four weeks, I put them in the brooder by themselves. I lost the first within 24 hours. The second died two days later. The only thing I could get them to eat has been crickets bought at the bait shop. I'm spending about a $1.50a day on them. Well, yesterday I lost a third baby. Now down to one, DH thought that it would do better out in the coop (where our now 6-week old chicks are out and about with the big girls and doing fine). I put in our now empty "jail" and she kept pacing back and forth and making that sweet, sad little whistling sound like she wanted out. I threw some crickets in with her, which she ignored and they of course have hidden in corners and under bedding. Reluctantly I took her out and let her mingle with the chicks and I stuck the big girls in jail So they can't harass her. Well, every time I go out to check on them, she's off in a corner somewhere by herself. I'm worried that she will get cold off in a corner by herself and I'm worried about how to get her fed. Any ideas?