From about a week on, most of my barred rock chicks kept getting recurring pasty butt, I was staying on top of it until I was away for a day and came back and one little girl had a big blocked vent. I cleared it up and she was pretty weak, I gave her some electolyte, her own space and she bounced back fairly quickly for a couple days before getting really weak and lethargic and after a few days passed away around the end of week 3. Just before the chick died, I was sitting beside them watching her and in a matter of a couple minutes i had my back turned only to look back find another little one with head in water dish looking like she drowned. (i have one of those standard red watering jugs but it was right beside the wire cage their food was slightly raised on and i thought maybe she just tripped off the back and fell in the water.) I separated the food from the water and i should of done more because a couple days later another was dead with her head in the little water trough. It was devastating, I was down to 3 chicks. I thought I was fine know then middle of week 4 I wake up one more has pasty butt, I clear it up, set him down and he just collapses and dies. And i can see another guy is looking super weak not eating and drinking. By now i'm thinking coccidiosis. The only medication around is mail order and will take over a week to arrive. I nurse and hand feed him for a few days. The last day he's still constantly falling asleep and then almost spasms and wakes up, before he finally spasmed a last time and didn't wake. That was early last week. Now I got 1 scissor beak girl left she's not very energetic and hasn't been all week, she has an appetite and eats and drinks (although sometimes i feel like she's not drinking so i dip her beak in to give her water and she sits there for a couple minutes drinking more, doesn't seem to have a problem eating though) She always sleeps with her head down and butt up. Her feathers are ruffled, sometimes she even falls asleep mid eating with her face in the bowl. When she's just standing alone her head is always lowered as well. While coccidiosis was my guess, there's been no blood in any poo, in face the only abnormal poos were the sick ones that had passed but they weren't eating so it was typically just real watery and sometimes partly solid when i could hand feed them. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!