One of my six poults (now 2 weeks old), the one that seemed sick when it was a few days old gasping for breath and droopy, is much noisier than all the rest -- it is frequently but not constantly "screaming" -- well, calling might be a better term, it's the same kind of noise that a lost chick makes, sort of a loud whistling call. Otherwise, it seems just like the rest, is eating and drinking normally, but it is one of the 2 smallest although definitely growing. They are all together in one brooder now -- I had them separated 3 and 3, but thought perhaps keeping them all together might stop this one's plaintiff cries. Any thoughts -- is perhaps something wrong with it that that isn't readily apparent, and it might just up and die suddenly or something? PS -- I'm keeping the brooder temp at around 91/92 right now, been lowering it gradually as seemed appropriate to keep them comfortable (kept at 98/99 at first, then lowered to 94/95) and they ALWAYS have fresh water with tetracycline and erythromyacin added as a prophylactic, and I'm feeding them 24% protein medicated gamebird starter. I've also been giving them some greens, mostly leaf lettuce and escarole from my garden, which they all seem to love. I am using coarse pine shavings from the pet store in the bottom to help with sanitation, and clean that out twice a day morning and evening to avoid any potential aspergillus pneumonia problems from mold.