We have nine chicks, eight of which are five weeks old. Our Silkie is 6 weeks old. Last night we noticed that one of the Silver Laced Wyandottes, Lacey, was suddenly quite a bit smaller than the other one (we have two). They have always been the same size until the last couple of days. We have suspected Cagney, the other SLW, to be one of the top hens, along with Buffy one of our Buff Orpingtons. I wasn't sure if that made a difference or not. I had oatmeal for them last night and Lacey seemed to have her normal great appetite. The plan right now is to give her some eggs and some yogurt today and see if it will help her catch back up. Any ideas?