Well, our chicks shipped from Belt hatchery on Wednesday, and we picked them up at the PO yesterday evening. They all were healthy and active upon arrival. We added Vitamins and electrolytes to their water to get them off to a good start. When I went to check on them around 1:30, they were all doing great, but I noticed they liked to sleep in a pile near the heat lamp. It is a 250 whatt red heat bulb and it is only about 4 inches above their heads. It is 50F in the barn, so they should be a good temp. They don't seem cold really, and they aren't hot either. I just went to check on them a few minutes ago, and one of the healthiest and most active chicks was dead. She was a mid-sized RIR, and she was flattened out right next to their feeder. They are all free of pasty but, and are eating and drinking just fine. I think she just fell asleep and the others sat on top of her and squished her until she suffocated. I have another chick now, a black star, that is acting lethargic. She sleeps a lot and is getting trampled. I tried to get her to eat and drink, but all she did was poop on my hand. It was very watery, and it didn't look like she has been eating much. Is there anything I can do to help this poor girl? Why are they dying all of the sudden? Please help!