Hi, all! I have my first-ever brood of chicks (started with ten but lost one the first night ). Eight of the nine remaining are super-energetic and growing like weeds but the ninth has pasty butt that is probably my fault for having the brooder too warm at first and keeping sugar water in too long. I cleaned her up as best I could again this morning and applied some olive oil to her vent but it looks like I maybe pulled some down off despite my best efforts. The chick is clearly at the bottom of the pecking order and is not as hardy as the others (hatchery says that Salmon Faverolles like her and the one that died are known for being weaker/more delicate chicks). Lady at TSC suggested adding electrolytes and probiotics to the water and separating that chick along with another who seems friendly to her. I added the two supplements but is separating them a good idea? The others pecked at the pasty one's rear once or twice after the cleaning but not recently. I've been watching and she's eating and drinking consistently and pretty much holding her own (though still being walked on/hopped over/pushed aside by the others). I have a spare ceramic heat bulb and supplies for a separate setup if necessary but I'm worried that separating them will lead to trouble down the line when I reintroduce them. I'm also thinking if I do separate them I should probably move the healthy ones rather than her and her friend so as not to stress her any more. Any thoughts or ideas? Feeling completely stupid and inept now, but will definitely feel evil if I lose this chick. Thanks so much!