Go figure that three poults I got from a Porter's assortment are three I definitely want to keep are probably going to die. The poults arrived on Friday. I dipped beaks, taught them how to eat, and observed them drinking. Most look great! Except for three, a self buff, a regal red, and a bourbon red. I already lost on self buff. They're standing with heads hanging, wings dropping. They fall over when other poults knock into them, then just lay there. Heat doesn't seem to be an issue, as the others are active, moving through the brooder and not clustering. I gave them some sugar water, an attempt to give them a boost. It didn't do much for the lethargy. They hardly wanted to open their eyes for me. They didn't feel cold to me, at least. I am about to go feed them some egg yolk. But I'm not convinced that is truly going to help as much as I want it to. It is almost like failure to thrive. What would you do?