I got my first chicks on Thursday morning and everyone (but one) was fine. They all went straight for the food and water and they all get along with each other. Since Thursday I have lost 3 more chicks. One was an accidental drowning and the other two just died, or so it seems. I woke up yesterday morning to find the one laying there, dead and the same happened this morning. The two that I found just laying there were both Silver Laced Wyandottes, which seem to be the smallest chicks I have. Everyone else is growing quickly and the SLWs lagged behind slightly. I have 3 more SLWs left in my flock, one of which is very small. In fact she still looks to only be a few days old. This chick is not being picked on (no one seemed to be picked on and the two dead had no evidence of trauma) but she seems a bit lethargic and I don't recall seeing her eat very much. I have pulled her out and put her in a separate box with a friend. The temp is a little higher in this box (95-98) and she seemed to perk up a little bit and drank some of the electrolyte-water I put in with her, but now she's layed back down (so has her friend). Any other suggestions on what I can do to help her? Has anyone else had a slow to grow chick?