This sounds silly but I have an Ameraucana chick that is not quite 24 hrs old. It picks on the next oldest chick which is 9 hrs old. I tries to stand on that chicks back. It is very curious, very active and when I put a thermometer in the brooder it stood up tall to it. Can you actually have roo behavior in a chick this young? Another question. The 9 hr old chick is a Salmon Faverolle. It seems strong enough, and I would expect it to sleep a lot but I have found it sleeping flat on it's back or laid out on its side. I had it in the brooder with the bully chick for a bit since it was dry and the other chick was peeping a lot and just seemed lonely but took it out and put it back in the bator with 2 new hatches for some R&R. Does it sound healthy? Did I do the right thing? First time hatcher/chick raiser here.