If people come by and start pestering you. Just teel them that at this moment NOTHING is for sale. If they are interested for a later date, just offer to take their name and number and if you have what they are looking for. You will call them! No promises, no guarantee's. Just say I might keep all of them, BUT, If you change your mind. You will put them on a list.
This is the way I would handle it. Not only are people flaky, but sometimes they just want to see how far they can push. Don't bite on the hook their dangling.
My rule of thumb is Quack, Quack (be a duck) and let it roll off you.
As nice as it is to be nice to other people. You hatched your babies for you. Not anyone else.
If you have a change of heart at a later date,,, well then you will give them a call.
Don't let anyone push you around.
Those are your babies. You make the call, NOT THEM!
Hope my input is helpful to you. I have tried to please the world at one point. It's a big mistake. Don't do it.
Again, your babies, your call. Or better yet you might call, please leave your number
I just give people my contact info-- my email address. I never take their info, because I know I'll lose it or throw it out. I don't even give out my phone number until we've figured up a price and a time to view and test the animal. I figure if they are really interested, they will contact me. I've never dealt with chicken sales-- only horses or farm stuff. You'd be surprised how you'll never hear from a person again, and how they weren't really all that interested to begin with. The others-- well, they will keep your email and will write you when you least expect it. But I agree, work everything on your own terms. :)