I had to go buy baby chickie food. Of course we were eager to check out the babies if they had any (we because my youngest son was home sick from school). We go to look and all the brooders were full (4 of them...3 with chicks 1 with ducks). At first I just see fuzzy babies bouncing around then notice some lying on the bottom. I look closer and there were a BUNCH in every brooder (except the ducks) that looked either dead or close to it. I picked one up and realized it was bleeding from the nostrils. I checked and all the dead were too, and most of the ones walking around. I found a manager and told him.....he had no clue anything was wrong with them yet. I am not blaming TSC at all, the babies were clean and had plenty of fresh food and clean water. I am assuming this came on pretty sudden. I was just so sad afterward. I then soaked myself from head to toe in alcohol gel and scrubbed well before touching anything else. Now, a question. I did buy chickie food. I left it in the trunk of my car. Do you think I should dump it in something else outside and burn the bag? I am really freaked out and do NOT want to bring something home to my babies!!!!!