I have a batch of baby chicks caught up in the Postal System, and I am livid about their balse attitude to say the least. I finally managed to get some current tracking information about noon today, but never did find the chicks. Label/Receipt Number: EB76 2051 267U S Detailed Results: Processed, August 07, 2008, 7:32 am, WEST COLUMBIA, SC 29172 Processed, August 06, 2008, 4:09 pm, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46251 Acceptance, August 05, 2008, 1:31 pm, FRANKTON, IN 46044 Why would it take over a day to get them out of IN? The mail trucks here come from Columbia down their daily run in the early AM. About 4:30 to 5 AM, so the chicks got to Columbia after the truck left they Nvhere in the morning, perhaps because I never did find anyone who could physically point at the box,and say they are here but I don't have much hope for them. Who is responsible for them? Is there no recourse? Why pay for a service that is not acted upon? If you had sent them Priority, as all hatcheries do, I would not be so upset, but express mail should mean something.