So we rescued 15 chicks this week... Someone had dumped them on the side of a very rural, quite remote - no homes anywhere nearby - road in our county. An acquaintance mentioned she was worried about them - she'd seen them for a couple of days before she realized they'd been dumped. We were able to round them up and bring them home over the course of a couple of days. By the time the last bunch came home, they were so hungry and thirsty they could hardly stand. There was one I was fairly sure wouldn't make it - but it's made a complete turnaround. I quarentined them for three days. After three days of unlimited feed and water they're doing GREAT! The only thing is... they're white leghorns, I'm pretty sure, anyway... BUT, they spend so much time just laying down. None of the rest of my flock spend this much time resting. Is it maybe because of the trauma they've been through? They appear healthy. They're alert. They eat heartily. They drink eagerly. They love treats. They don't have mites or fleas - somehow! I did dust them with DE when they arrived. They don't have any injuries, etc. I gotta say, they're super docile, super mellow, and super grimey - covered with berry stains, dirt, etc. LOL! A thought occured to me - could they be cornish cross? I hear they are much less mobile... I should clarify that I already have 5 white leghorns and these ones look JUST like the 5 I have - thus, the assumption. And I've got a pretty diverse flock - 10 breeds, about 50 birds, and have been chickenkeeping for several years - so have seen lots of different stuff thus far... Should I be concerned? Thanks for any input!