And we are now really upset and confused. The first 2 that died suddenly we had autopsied at Penn State and all they found was that their iron level was 5 times what it should be and their vit E was almost six times what it should be. The first 2 died within 36 hours of opening a new bag of Save-a-Kid replacer. The manufacturer told us to have them autopsied at their expense and to send them a sample of the replacer. We have not heard back from them and are unable to get thru to anyone there who knows anything. Each of these kids was fine no more than 7 hrs before they were dead. They all looked bloated when we found them but the vet thinks that was just gas from after they died. There poop was fine. 1 had a little bit of pasty stool but nothing runny, watery or bloody. This last 1 was fine at 6 AM this morning. Running and jumping around, perky and alert. Just being his normal lovable self. When Rich got home at 4PM he was laying there dead. Our vet is as stumped as we are. He is also as new to this as we are. (He just got his license a yr ago). If anyone has any suggestions or ideas please let us know. Right now I'm not even sure if I want to keep doing this. My heart is shattered in a million little pieces.