Curiousity, What would you do with classroom chicks?

Revelle

Songster
9 Years
Jan 30, 2010
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My science teacher wants to hatch chicks in her class! Problem is, I'm the only one that we know that'll have em, and I'm not going to be instate when she hatches. It's illegal for her to keep them as well.
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Sooo.. What would you do if you were the teacher in this situation?
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I'm trying to find some ways to help with the chick problem since she was super excited about it last time I talked to her about it. Right now all I have is finding a farm (surprisingly harder than it seems around here), or asking people on here to take 'em. xD
 

bantybev

Songster
10 Years
Nov 11, 2009
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SW Michigan
I'm sure if you post the state you are from there will be someone on here interested. There is always "Craigslist" or locally distributed advertisement papers that she could place an add. At any rate, it shouldn't be a problem to find a home in most areas.
 

Teach97

Bantam Addict
11 Years
Nov 12, 2008
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Hooker, OK
I take mine home!
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go with the craigslist thing...or...do you have an FFA chapter...do they do an auction or anything to raise money...
 

Revelle

Songster
9 Years
Jan 30, 2010
339
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Silvis
Well, right now it's just what others would do.
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It's going to be most of a year before she does a classroom project.
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EDIT// FFA? I'll look into that, thanks.
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peeppeeppeep

In the Brooder
10 Years
Apr 10, 2009
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Shasta County
My son's class hatched out some eggs and there were plenty of students who wanted them. Unfortunately because of the fluctuations in temp and back-and-forth with the incubator over the holidays (this was last fall) they only had a few hatch. But no one objected to the students taking them home here in CA.
 

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