Cackle hatchery shipped my order yesterday and I was able to pick them up at the post office this morning. Overnight temperature were single digits and I was worried sick about them. I ordered 20 pullets and 25 straight run bantams. 2 of the bantams were dead, I think they just got smothered by the others. 2 of the bantams were near dead, just laying on their side and legs twitching. I put them in the brooder under the heat lamp and didn't really think they would make it. Checked the shipping box again and one of the "dead" ones showed just a tiny little bit of movement/breathing. Put it in with the other ones but didn't give it much hope. Now, 2 hours later ALL of them are running around eating and drinking. Can't even tell now which ones were the ones that were not doing good. ALWAYS put them under the heat lamp, even if you think they won't make it. You never know, those little fluff balls are tougher than they look It is still early in the game, we will see tomorrow how they are doing but so far so good. Will give them a little cooked egg yolk later to get them some extra boost. Cackle did a nice job packing them. I called them yesterday and they reassured me that in this temperatures they will put in a heat pack and grow gel with no extra charge.