Hi All! I have a couple questions as the new nervous chick-mom that I am. I got four chicks last Thursday, and one of them died without warning. I then went and got another chick from the feed store and she easily meshed with the other three. So far, they all look pretty great though I'm paranoid because of that early loss. The one that I got a few days after the others is vigorous and looks fairly healthy, but she is significantly smaller than the other three. She's definitely growing and developing, but it seems that they are doing it at a much faster rate. She is a Barred Rock and the others are a Rhode Island Red and two Ameraucanas, in case that makes a difference. She feels much lighter than the others and the most obvious difference is that her wings look like they are half the size of the others. Is this normal? The other question is about the water-- I can't tell if they're drinking an extraordinary amount of water or just spilling it everywhere. Is it normal for them to have pretty wet litter every time I change it (at least daily)? And for the inevitable poop question: is it normal for their poop to vary inconsistency from fairly watery to pretty solid? Not sure what to expect on that. And when can I start varying their diet to more than the chick crumbles? Thanks so much!