Hey everybody, I could use some help. My baby chicks were shipped from Ideal in TX on Tues., and did not arrive here in KY until this AM. It was terrible. I thankfully had some dog nail clippers in the car or I couldn't have opened the box. Originally, there were 5 survivors - I sat in the parking lot with the heat blasting and giving them drops of sugar water with a syringe. Once home I put them on a heating pad while I rearranged the brooder situation. Two died soon after, and I think I finished off another by causing it to aspirate water - it also had a seizure before dying. They are barely moving, so maybe it couldn't coordinate the swallowing/breathing? I don't know what to do with the last two. One is perking up - able to sit upright and seems more alert, the other was initially doing well but seems to be going downhill - no neck control, labored, almost agonal breathing, possible seizures, peeps but sounds distressed. They're trying hard to live. I'm keeping an eye on temp under the light, but they can't move closer or away if they're uncomfortable. I am going to have to give them their nutrition by syringe, but I'm afraid to overdo it and kill them. Any advice for helping babies this sick? Thanks!!