Ok, do you know what strain they are? If not you can just PM me the breeder's name and I might know from that. Anyways, if they are a wild type line as you indicated then they should be treated more like pheasants than chickens. They will hatch in 19-21 days, stop turning on day 17. Make sure the brooder is covered or the young birds will fly right out at a week or so of age. I use game bird starter (unmedicated) for all my young red junglefowl with good results. Provide heat as for pheasants. RJF seem to be susceptible to Marek's as well as Coccidiosis and they are intolerant of sulfonamides. But as long as eggs you have received do not containing any egg transmitted diseases (vertical transmission) and your facilities are clean you really shouldn't have any problems. What are your plans for them?
Here is a short video clip of some of my birds last December or so...i just uploaded it to youtube about a week ago. Sorry that the video quality is quite poor.http://youtube.com/watch?v=ya2URAaMtM8