Here goes: I am not a good quail hatcher. Bad luck and barely get any to hatch, don't know why. Give me chicken eggs, I get 100%. Give me quail, I'm lucky to get 30%. So, I incubated 42 coturnix eggs and ended up with 14 live chicks. Fast forward 4 weeks and I am down to 6 with two more about to die. They just slowly dropped off, one at a time, and now that they are nearing adulthood, they are still dropping off. I put them on pine shavings after hatch, with game-bird starter and fresh water. Heat light adjusted as they aged to get cooler until they are still using one but the wattage is very low and it is just supplemental as they are feathered now. Feed is 28% protein. They symptoms: droopy wings, and act like they are partially paralyzed on one side with the head angled towards that side. Eyes somewhat droopy, ruffled appearance, rapid weight loss, some staggering/tripping, and eventually they die. Feed is free-choice as is water. Not panting, so not hot, unsure of stool as I am trying to not mess with them much because they stress out easy. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG???