Friday evening, I bought 6 peachicks from a local breeder. By Monday morning, they started to exhibit strange symptoms. When they died, their necks twisted and jerked. They had seizure like symptoms. I've lost 4 in the last 24 hours. My brooder is in my house, immaculately clean, and at the correct temperature. There's no chance they got into poison, and cocci is out of the question on my end (I have no idea about the breeder, he did have them with chicks). There is obviously a problem with these chicks that I didn't cause, and the breeder won't help me come up with an explaination or offer any kind of a refund, exchange. I currently have 2 left. Does anyone have any theories of what is going on? I'm out a lot of money, plus the heartache of seeing the birds die in such a horrible way. I'd like to do something to try to save them. I've started them on antibiotics, and electrolytes. Just goes to show there are a lot of unethical people out there who will give you unhealthy birds and not even help you get to the bottom of what's wrong. I'm new to the board, btw. Sorry to have to come on with such a negative post! L.