I got 25 "Silkie" eggs and I had three Sebrights hatch along with 12 Silkies and a silkie sebright cross. The Sebrights seemed a lot smaller, but healthy. I have been paranoid as these are my first hatch. Yeserday I looked in the brooder( I look at least once an hour) and one of my 3 Sebrights is dead and another one is dying. This morning the last one seemed to be doing really well. When I came home from work it was dead too. Or could it be from the fact that they were just so tiny. They were about 3/4 of the size of the Silkies. The silkies are 1-2 days and the sebrights were between 1-4 days old. They looked like maybe they could have been squashed by the larger Silkies. Did I kill my poor little guys by putting them in together? I did not expect to get sebrights, so I know very little about this breed. I don't want this to happen again if I can avoid it. I'm already heartbroken over this loss. Any help at all would be truly appreciated.