As a gift my grandparents ordered me 17 Guinea Foul keets. They were one day shipped to our local post office and we picked them up a few hours after they arrived there. They all looked super healthy but one that was laying on it's side and was clearly not going to make it. It died later that afternoon. This morning I woke up and found three dead and one on the verge on death. When I got home this afternoon 3 more were dead and 2 have died in the last half hour. 4 of the remaining don't look like they will make it. So that leave 4 healthy looking chicks left. I have raised chickens for the last 5 years and have never seen anything like this. They have food, electrolyte water, a heat lamp, and a towel over the shavings so they don't aspirate it whole laying down. What can I do? Could they have picked up some kind of disease in transit? Could temperature flexuation from shipping be killing them? PLEASE help me solve this and keep the last ones alive! Thank you! -G UPDATE: There is only 5 left now and one of them is drifting!!! HELP!