I received my order of chicks, poults and keets on Thursday morning, and they all looked great. I put them in their brooder, with a clean waterer and 30% starter. Yesterday (Fri) morning I went to check on them and found a keet and a chick dead, and two keets looked 'drunk'. They were rolling around kicking their legs, and didn't look all there in the eyes. They died while I was looking at them. When I went to check them again at lunchtime, I had three dead turkey poults, another dead keet, and a listless looking keet. I changed everything out, and double checked the temperature in there, which was fine. Last night everyone looked ok. This morning though I had two more dead poults, and a drunk one. Tonight I had a dead chick. Most of these birds haven't shown symptoms (or haven't for long before they died). I have no idea what can be causing this. It makes me afraid to go check on them because they look fine one minute and are dead the next; it seems when the drunkeness sets in, they don't last long, although a couple have recovered. They only hatched on Weds, and the first lot died within 24 hrs of me receiving them. Surely they couldn't have contracted something indirectly from my flock and died from it that quickly?