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Hello, I was supposed to receive my chicks on May 8. This was a Sunday and it was Mothers Day so I can see why I didn't get them then. I thought I was gonna get them Monday or Tuesday but didn't. Will I get them today? The only days that you should receive chicks from them are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. I was just wondering if anyone could help me or anything. Thanks!

I have 1 ameraucana, 2 white leghorns, 3 rhode island reds, 3 red sexlinks, 2 anconas, 2 silkies (1 rooster).

"I live each day like its my last"

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I have 1 ameraucana, 2 white leghorns, 3 rhode island reds, 3 red sexlinks, 2 anconas, 2 silkies (1 rooster).

"I live each day like its my last"

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It depends on how far they have to ship somewhat... I'm in CO and have received most of my orders on Wednesday and Thursday. The hatch date doesn't necessarily mean they will ship that day, so a hatch day that falls on Sunday would ship the next day.

They should show up today; if not, McMurray has great customer service and a quick call or email and they will be able to track it for you if you didn't select tracking on your batch. I'll admit they're not the best at giving tracking info without having to email them.

Sometimes they will delay shipping if there's inclement weather as well, but it should be warm enough to have shipped them.

Nerve wracking either way haha, hope you see your chicks really soon! smile.png
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http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/990759/chickens-in-permaculture

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1008185/lets-talk-relocation

3rd generation of Colorado ranchers, raising organic alfalfa, corn, Red Angus cattle, Suffolk sheep and of course, chickens! Comitted to a lifetime of health without chemicals, I am entirely dependent on what God has given me to nurture soil, plant, and animal. Sharing...
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Okay, thank you so much for your help. I'm really hoping they show up today because I'm super excited to get them.

I have 1 ameraucana, 2 white leghorns, 3 rhode island reds, 3 red sexlinks, 2 anconas, 2 silkies (1 rooster).

"I live each day like its my last"

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I have 1 ameraucana, 2 white leghorns, 3 rhode island reds, 3 red sexlinks, 2 anconas, 2 silkies (1 rooster).

"I live each day like its my last"

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