Please help. I have 1 week old chicks and they are dying one by one. They seem fine, then one day they will seem a little more tired then the others, by the next morning they are dead. This morning I noticed one was in the corner alone and didn't go running over to the feed as I brought it in. So I picked it up and noticed it looked like it was having a hard time breathing (short, shallow breaths that took effort.) I brought it in the house to make sure it was warm enough and so that I could watch it. It fell asleep in my cupped hands. A few minutes later it seemed to be struggling, then threw its little head back, and then flopped over dead. Immediately bubbles came out of its nose and a little bit of liquid drained out of its nose. I remembered the bubbles in the first chick that died this week as well. Today is day 4 and the 4th baby to die. This one in my hands. I am so sad! What should I do?! My brooder heat lamp seems comfortable to all the chicks. I have Save-a-chick in the water. They are eating medicated feed from TSC. The brooder is on my front porch with wood shavings as the bedding. The temps have been comfortable, ranging from 60 at night to 88 during the day. I appreciate any help you can give!! Edit to original post: The chicks were hatched in incubator.