I have been waiting for TSC to get chicks in and today was the day. Only, I am mildly disappointed. They set up their chick area days ago and hung signs for what they were getting....ducks, assorted Bantams, assorted Pullets and RIRs. I heard peeping as soon as I entered and tried hard not to look like I was hurrying back there lol. What I found was 2 bins stuffed full of Red Sex Link pullets (looked like more than 100 in each) and an unmarked bin with probably 100 yellow chicks in it. I chose 5 RSLs and asked the manager what breed the yellow ones were. He had no clue and called another guy to come talk to me. That guy didn't know either and went back to get the box label. The label only said assorted Pullets. I chose 5 of the yellow ones and now I am just hoping they are not meat chicks. They all seem to be various shades of yellow and yellowish white. Here are my new babies... Red Sex Links? *UPDATE* After doing some rechecking with TSC and checking out the internet, I found out that the yellow chicks I bought are called....*AMBERLINKs* It is a brown egg layer, mainly white- with some brown feathers. After having been away from the US market for several years, she is back by popular demand! She is the bird of choice for alternative production methods. She is very adaptive to non-cage operations with her excellent livability, her beautiful full brown egg color and ability to keep her feathers well throughout the lay." TSC also got Bantams in today and I hurried down there and snagged 10. Not much of a clue as to what I got, but thats ok lol. Thanks for looking!