I caught a glimpse of all the stock tanks with heat lamps suspended over them, and I said to myself, "Don't look! Don't look! Don't look!" But my feet took me over there anyway. And I looked. I peered into each tank. Baby ducks in two of them. Straight run yellow chicks. Chipmunk pullets. Black ping pong balls and tan ping pong balls. I rescued one tiny ball of fluff who had gotten itself headfirst into the top hole of the feeder and was kicking its tiny legs in the air. Does anyone know of a place to go to see pictures of the different breeds as day olds so I can get a better idea of what all those different colors will turn into? My feed store refuses to post what breeds the chicks are, and the employees will only reply, "Manager's choice" when I ask them what kind they are, as if that's a breed. Last August, they had some late chicks and they were of the "chipmunk" style. I figured I had a good chance of them turning out to be EEs, but they were Speckled Sussex, not that I've been disappointed or anything. But it would be nice to have some idea of what breed I'm looking at when I see yellow ones, brown ones, tan ones, black and yellow ones, striped ones, etc. No. I didn't come home with any. But I still have the whole summer to fight the urge. Something tells me I won't make it.