Help, I am new to this! Our first try at incubating eggs from our rather new little flock of birds produced 11 little bantam chicks and 1 little pheasant. The 2 little peachicks were from eggs hatched from our peahen;she had laid so many eggs that these 2 were actually hatched out by a couple of our bantam hens. My question is this-I currently have all the chicks together in a brooder and everyone gets along wonderful, even the little pheasant who was trying to fly out of the incubator right after he hatched! I have heard that peachicks are somewhat difficult to raise and that they are susceptible to getting worms, etc. Am I wrong to have them with the baby chicks right now? Of course, I change out the water, feed, and their bedding daily and keep them very clean. Are there some sort of worming drops to use in their water? What I have cannot be used before they are 4 weeks of age. Their starter feed is medicated. Also, would it be ok for me to let them remain with the chicks later on when they are big enough to put into their nursery coop and run or should the peachicks remain to themselves in another area, perhaps off the ground in a wired cage? Thanks to all with any info to help me out!